This report from the National Housing Conference profiles health and housing initiatives in Oregon, Tennessee, and Massachusetts that exemplify practical and actionable ways that housing developers can work together with health systems and managed care organizations to build new affordable housing units while reducing unreimbursed medical costs in high-cost populations.

The report includes insights from leaders of organizations involved in the three partnerships, as well as detailing the types of affordable housing created by each and the funding mechanisms used. It then analyzes regulatory considerations for health and housing partnerships, as well as common challenges and potential strategies for mitigation.

Read the report