Social Determinants of Health: Addressing Barriers Through Screening, Referrals, and Care Coordination.

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Summary of "Social Determinants of Health: Addressing Barriers Through Screening, Referrals, and Care Coordination."

Given the known impacts of social, behavioral, and economic factors on health and longevity, health policy reforms are being developed and deployed at both the state and federal levels that support the integration and alignment of health care and social services.


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Name: North Carolina medical journal
ISSN: 0029-2559
Pages: 306-311


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