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5 Things Health Systems Are Doing to Address Social Determinants of Health

Mobilizing anchor institutions Centering community and place

Prioritizing local and minority-owned suppliers can help create jobs in the community. Well‑paying jobs bring health insurance which encourages more preventative care. The Democracy Collaborative has developed a toolkit for exploring other case studies on employment initiatives and how different strategies can benefit the communities hospitals serve.

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Publication date: 2020-10-15
Publisher: Lexology
Publication URL: 5 Things Health Systems Are Doing to Address Social Determinants of Health

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