Socially responsible care: how a New York healthcare system could offer useful insights
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Socially responsible care: how a New York healthcare system could offer useful insights

Daniel Allen Health writer

A study of the Montefiore Health System – which addresses the complex roots of poor health – could be a catalyst for change in the UK’s health and social care services

What is the point of lecturing a person with diabetes on her diet if she is about to lose her house? This question is at the heart of an analysis by think tank the King’s Fund that explores how a healthcare system with a clear sense of purpose can bring sustainable health improvements to a deprived community.

Primary Health Care. 28, 7, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.7.10.s9

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