Here are the latest results from the series of surveys the Larry A. Green Center has been conducting, in partnership with the Primary Care Collaborative, to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on primary care and family medicine physicians across the country.

Among the findings: Seven out of ten primary care clinicians report that mental exhaustion, both personally and in their practice, has reached all-time highs, and recalibration of mental exhaustion and strain since last year is likely leading to under-reporting of these concerns. At the same time, primary care continues to perform beyond its resourcing, even as limited pandemic-specific relief begins to roll back.

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