Economic Stability

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LPPIH Analytics Portal-Economic Stability

Economic Stability

Research shows that individuals experiencing housing instability have limited access to preventive care and are more likely to have infectious diseases and chronic health conditions like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Homeless individuals also have a shorter lifespan. This guide highlights a web of socioeconomic factors that are interconnected, contribute to housing instability, and influence health outcomes.

Economic Stability Toolkit

The COVID-19 pandemic has put an increasing number of people at risk for eviction, which is associated with many adverse health outcomes and contributes to health inequities. Emergency and long-term interventions are needed to address this public health crisis.

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Economic Stability Report - Education

Education

Education is a significant social determinant that influences health over one's lifetime.

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Economic Stability Report - Employment

Employment

Employment is linked to the fundamental causes of health inequality.

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Economic Stability Report - Food Insecurity

Food Insecurity

Food insecurity is one of the nation’s leading health and nutrition issues.

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Economic Stability Report - Food Insecurity

Insurance Coverage

Health coverage plays a major role in enabling people to access health care.

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Economic Stability Report - Poverty Rates

Poverty Rates

The working poor struggle to overcome lack of access to quality health care.

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Economic Stability Report - Technology Access

Technology Access

Technology has the power to make health care more accessible.

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Economic Stability Report - Housing Cost and Stability

Housing Cost and Stability

Eviction filings in 2021 remained well below normal, pre-pandemic levels.

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Economic Stability Report - Chronic Conditions

Chronic Conditions

The non-clinical aspects of a patient's life may affect disease onset and progression.