Bridging the divide: Metropolitan Village, surveys and outreach among ways health care providers are tackling social determinants


Something's broken when a highway is a health indicator. But's the case in Winston-Salem, and research shows social determinants negatively affect the health outcomes of underserved and minority populations across the country.

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