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Report: Texas economy could save billions in losses by breaking the cycle of preventable health differences  

Preventable differences in health outcomes – which are closely linked to income, zip code, and race – are driving up health care costs and reducing work productivity across Texas, and the state’s economy is suffering more than $7 billion in annual losses because of it. For the first time, researchers estimate the local impact and county-level cost estimates of health disparities across the state.

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