What’s Missing in Government Health and Social Programs?

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Government agencies strive to assist citizens who need help, whether that be providing food stamps for an economically distressed family, finding a home for a foster child or helping an individual with disabilities find work. But often, a critical missing component is viewing these citizens holistically rather than as siloed cases. By integrating, collaborating and communicating, government agencies can dramatically improve services to citizens – and increase efficiencies and cut costs at the same time. Find out how in this issue brief.