Financial health as a measurable social determinant of health

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In order to better understand financial health and its implications for public health, consistent definition and measurement of financial health are necessary. To read the full article, "Financial health as a measurable social determinant of health." click here.

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Type: 
Report
Authors: 
Mariana Chilton, Emily Brown Weida, Pam Phojanakong, Falguni Patel
Date:
06/09/2020

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