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Drivers of health: Financial effects

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There’s a financial incentive for keeping patients healthy.

Physicians Foundation President Gary Price, MD, MBA, talks about drivers of health and how those affect health care costs. The costs come financially and in the form of unequal treatment for some populations. The Physicians Foundation has studied how these affect patient health, and believes a proposal by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for a Universal Foundation to measure drivers of health could lead to new ways for doctors to help patients deal with social and economic conditions that affect well-being.

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