Co-ordinating Health and Human Services: Controlling Costs and Improving Outcomes

Research repeatedly confirms that the vast majority of healthcare costs are associated with a small minority of individuals with chronic conditions. For vulnerable populations, state and federal government leaders are looking beyond traditional healthcare boundaries to address the non-health conditions associated with high-need populations. They are considering social determinants such as housing, education, work and early life experience to uncover ways to improve the health of families and individuals and contain healthcare costs. Learn how a single view of the citizen can improve service delivery and outcomes when delivering social services.

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