A radical fix for a U.S. health-care crisis prominently utilizes vacant and abandoned properties. In a recent feature, Bloomberg Businessweek discusses the MyConnections program currently being tested in Phoenix. The brainchild of Jeffrey Brenner, M.D. Senior Vice President, Clinical Redesign, UnitedHealthcare Community & State the program uses UnitedHealth’s money to pay for housing and support services for roughly 60 formerly homeless recipients of Medicaid at a pair of apartment complexes.

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