Many primary care practices excluded from COVID-19 vaccine rollout efforts
Updated: Apr 18
New survey data show that one in four primary care clinicians who are willing and able to administer the COVID-19 vaccine do not have access to it and nearly one in three are not a part of state and regional vaccine rollout planning efforts.
The data, released by the Larry A. Green Center in conjunction with the Primary Care Collaborative and 3rd Conversation, also show that eight in 10 primary care practices are “ready and willing to assist with COVID-19 vaccine distribution,” in spite of pandemic-related staffing shortages and financial concerns.
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