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Decision makers within the system are constantly required to make choices, as well as seek alternative ways to measure the unit costs of illness. One of the factors that makes it difficult to optimize the scope of health services is the phenomenon of social exclusion, which is increasingly affecting society. The author intends to demonstrate the links between social exclusion and the higher costs of treating patients belonging to this social sector, unlike other patients who are neither unemployed nor live in poverty