New York Times article spotlighting how social prescribing is being explored in the United States, after being adopted in more than 20 countries

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“If social prescriptions can help keep people out of the emergency room for routine complaints, which could save billions of dollars, this may provide additional incentive for health insurance providers to help cover the costs, experts say.”

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