Healthcare spending reduced when people get help with social needs, study finds

(By Kelly Gooch for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Integrating social and medical care has potential financial benefits, including reduced healthcare spending, according to a study published in Population Health Management. Continue reading article here…

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