Healthcare Reforms Open Door to Housing Collaborations
June 17, 2015 | Grantee Publications | Housing, How Housing Matters
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Some of the changes to the Medicaid program by Affordable Care Act and other reforms are creating an opening and incentives for health care organizations to collaborate with affordable housing providers to address the impact that housing has on the health of low-income individuals, according to a study by the National Housing Conference’s Center for Housing Policy. The MacArthur-supported research identifies the opportunities and describes promising programs and developments in different parts of the country that have developed since the Affordable Care Act took effect. 

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