Better serve your community while achieving population health objectives

Food insecurity directly costs the U.S. health system $155 billion annually, as it exacerbates nutrition-related disorders such as obesity and diabetes and contributes to mental health issues.

Recognizing the link between food insecurity, chronic illness, and poverty, several hospitals have launched innovative programs designed to facilitate patients' access to healthy, affordable food.

Download our report, Provider-Led Strategies to Address Food Insecurity, to learn more about

  • How food insecurity impacts health care spending and outcomes
  • Organizations that have successfully improved food insecurity, and how they did it
  • Our 16 recommended action steps to improve food security in your community

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Provider-Led Strategies to Address Food Insecurity