It's one thing to build a population health management infrastructure if your patient panel is composed of people with stable employment and housing, consistent insurance coverage, and no trouble getting access to a nutritious diet.
It's quite another to get a grip on achieving better outcomes if some of your patients live at or below the poverty level, are perhaps homeless, and wondering where their next meal will come from.
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