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There is a growing consensus among policy makers, lawmakers, and health care community leaders that adequately addressing patients’ non-medical needs is a critical element of advancing population health, improving the quality of medical care, and lowering the costs of care. Estimates suggest that 40–90 percent of health outcomes are attributable to social, behavioral, and economic factors.
Health Affairs November 2016