Getting to Better Health Care at Lower Cost

November 18, 2018

Originally published in CommonWealth , November 18, 2018

“Growing awareness in the health care field of the power of social interventions has not yet translated into large-scale partnerships between ‘food is medicine’ services and health plans and public insurance programs such as Medicaid.”

Many promising but underfunded programs “will reach their potential only when we account for three fundamental dynamics of the community-based organizations.”

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Authors: Antony Bugg-Levine, CEO, Nonprofit Finance Fund; David B. Waters, CEO, Community Servings

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