A nationwide study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research shows providing health services in unorthodox settings helps underserved adults get preventive care.

With support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the study’s authors reviewed 142 outreach programs nationwide and identified 20 that successfully used non-traditional settings, such as churches and parks, to promote or deliver preventive services (such as bone density and cancer screenings) to older underserved populations.

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