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Cross-sector partnerships can improve health where it begins—in the home

As the body of research on housing as a social determinant of health grows, healthcare and housing leaders in the U.S. are increasingly looking for ways to work together to improve lives. We see over and over that housing is an essential foundation for individual and community health. Cross-sector collaborations between health systems and affordable housing and community developers hold great potential to yield healthier communities at lower costs than when the two fields operate in silos. 

Publication date: 2019-11-06
Parent publication: Modern Healthcare
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