Study Finds Affordable Housing Reduces Healthcare Costs

A recent study, “Health in Housing: Exploring the Intersection Between Housing and Health Care,” conducted by researchers from the Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE) and in partnership with Enterprise Community Partners found that Medicaid-covered residents had fewer emergency department visits, used more primary care, and accumulated lower medical expenditures compared with the year before they moved into affordable housing.

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