Skip to main content
20-04-02 New York Covid 

It seemed to happen nearly overnight.

One day my schedule was full and our clinic was bustling, and the next the cancellations came sweeping in.

I wrapped up one work week knowing I was receiving a salary, and came in the next to be told my company could no longer pay me my salary, but would give me a set stipend per patient visit I completed.

The next week, I was filing for unemployment — something I never imagined I would ever have to do as a health care provider.

Log in or create a free account to keep reading.

Join APTA to get unlimited access to content.

You Might Also Like...


Coronavirus Update: Nov. 24

Nov 24, 2020

Hospitals at capacity, delirium in older adults as a COVID symptom, long-term lung infection, and more.


Coronavirus Update: Nov. 4

Nov 4, 2020

New definition of "close contact," nursing home infection trends, PPE concerns, and more.


CMS Won't Pay Out on New Code for Additional Pandemic Costs

Nov 4, 2020

A code aimed at extra provider costs related to stopping the spread of the coronavirus won't result in more money.