Every home care referral is associated with quality measures linked to social determinants of health.

One in five adults without access to a vehicle or public transportation reported skipping necessary healthcare services.

Each year, 3.6 million people in the United States do not obtain medical care due to transportation issues. About 3.6 million Americans miss medical appointments each year because of transportation difficulties, and the impact of missed primary care appointments is estimated at $150 billion annually. Health problems that could have been detected earlier go undiagnosed, which may lead to more expensive forms of medical care later, such as emergency room visits or extended stays in hospital.


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