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Hospitals Can Be Key to Healthy People, Healthy Economies

Democracy Collaborative is highlighted in Next City “With the U.S. medical care industry spending more than $340 billion on goods and services every year, health systems and hospitals have the type of money that could revitalize the communities where they save lives.” 

Publication date: 2016-08-28
Parent publication: Next City
Publication URL: Hospitals Can Be Key to Healthy People, Healthy Economies

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