The issue of housing and its relationship to health care services is relatively common in discussions about social determinants of health (SDH), mainly because it’s the SDH that is commonly paid for in health and human services (see U.S. Spending On Housing Assistance Programs: $44.7 Billion In 2016). The case for housing as an integral part of health care seems fairly laid out. But for more this month from an organization that specializes in integrating housing . . .
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The issue of housing and its relationship to health care services is relatively common in discussions about social determinants of health (SDH), mainly because it’s the SDH that is commonly paid for in health and human services (see U.S. Spending On Housing Assistance Programs: $44.7 Billion In 2016). The case for housing as an integral part of health care seems fairly laid out. But for more this month from an organization that specializes in integrating housing . . .
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