By Athena Mandros

Housing is big news in the health care field these days. On May 18, Kaiser Permanente announced they are investing $200 million in housing projects with a financial return with the goal of being able to support more projects in the future (see Kaiser Permanente to commit $200 million to help communities reduce homelessness and Total Health Begins in Our Communities). While the Kaiser Permanente announcement is significant in the amount of money being offered, other health plans are partnering with community organizations to finance housing projects (see Partnership Begins Work on Denver Affordable Housing Project, AHIP 2017: Blue Shield, UPMC,…
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