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14 healthcare systems invest $700M in community, reducing health disparities

Fourteen hospitals and health systems have invested $700 million to address economic, racial and environmental resource disparities that affect community health, according to a Nov. 5 news release. The institutions are all members of the Healthcare Anchor Network (HAN), and are tackling “the structural and economic drivers of poor health through place-based investing, as well as through local, inclusive hiring and procurement,” Dave Zuckerman, HAN director, said in the release.

Publication date: 2019-11-05
Parent publication: Becker's Hospital Review
Publication URL: https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/population-health/14-healthcare-systems-invest-700m-in-community-reducing-health-disparities.html

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