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Medical-Financial Partnerships: Cross-Sector Collaborations Between Medical and Financial Services to Improve Health
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Financial stress is the root cause of many adverse health outcomes among poor and low-income children and their families, yet few clinical interventions have been developed to improve health by directly addressing patient and family finances. Medical-Financial Partnerships (MFPs) are novel cross-sector collaborations in which health care systems and financial service organizations work collaboratively to improve health by reducing patient financial stress, primarily in low-income communities. This paper describes the rationale for MFPs and examines eight established MFPs providing financial services.

Author: Adam Schickedanz, Barry S Solomon, Karl Johnson, Lucy E. Marcil, Michael K. Hole, Orly N. Bell
Topic: Health
Publisher: PubMed Central (PMC)
Location: United States
Format: Academic paper
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: July 2, 2020