Primary care doctors could be COVID-19's next victims

The COVID-19 pandemic has unmasked many weaknesses in our public health and health care systems. But the outbreak also has accelerated, within weeks, useful health care innovations that would have normally taken years to develop. A strong, resilient primary care infrastructure could be a casualty — or a landmark achievement — of our response to this pandemic. For the sake of our health, Congress must act. 

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