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A Business Plan for Healthy Communities

From Hospital and Health Networks Magazine:

The economic and racial divides that drive health disparities within communities are stark and widening. Twenty-two percent of children in the United States live in poverty, a percentage that has remained relatively unchanged since 1960. The number of Americans living in concentrated poverty has doubled from 7 million to 14 million since 2000.

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Publication date: 2017-02-18
Parent publication: Hospital & Health Networks
Publication URL: A Business Plan for Healthy Communities

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