You aren't the only one out of work due to the coronavirus crisis - more than one million health care workers have found themselves in the same situation as empty hospitals lose money.
NPR reports ER visits, non-urgent surgeries, and overall healthcare spending are down.
1.4 million in the industry lost their jobs in the month of April. It's an iron twist as most hospitals are only caring for COVID-19 patients right now.
The revenue situation won't correct itself overnight, according to industry experts who say people will continue to be hesitant to seek care and those who do will likely pay lower prices. An already 18% loss in revenue is expected to be a $200 billion loss when the dust settles.