Evidence & Resource Library

The SIREN Evidence & Resource Library has expanded to include both peer-reviewed publications and other types of resources such as webinars and screening tools/toolkits on medical and social care integration. To limit your search to peer-reviewed articles, select Peer Reviewed Research under Resource Type. If you have questions about how to use the library or suggestions about additional resources, view this help document or write us at siren@ucsf.edu. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter to get alerts about recent additions to the Evidence & Resource Library.

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How to pay for it: Financing community health workers in transitions clinics

L. Hogan, T. Macdonald Mendez
California Health Care Foundation

The Transitions Clinic model is an evidence-based program designed to serve people with chronic diseases who have recently been released from incarceration.

2018

Issue Briefs & Reports

Review

How to pay for it: Financing community health workers in Transitions Clinics

L. Hogan, T. Macdonald Mendez
California Health Care Foundation

The Transitions Clinic model is an evidence-based program designed to serve people with chronic diseases who have recently been released from incarceration.

2018

Issue Briefs & Reports

Other Study Design

Effect of community health worker support on clinical outcomes of low-income patients across primary care facilities A randomized clinical trial

S. Kangovi, N. Mitra, L. Norton, R. Harte, X. Zhao, T. Carter, D. Grande, J.A. Long
JAMA Intern Med

Importance: Addressing the social determinants of health has been difficult for health systems to operationalize.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Community health workers as an extension of care coordination in primary care: A community-based cosupervisory model

J.M. Gunderson, M.L. Wieland, O. Quirindongo-Cedeno, G.B.. Asiedu, J.L. Ridgeway, M.W. O'Brien, T.M. Nelson, R. Buzard, C. Campbell, J.W. Njeru
J Ambul Care Manage

Community health workers (CHWs) bring their unique capacity as liaisons for patients, communities, and health care systems to health care teams. We describe the collaborative development of a community-based CHW program to address the social determinants of health that affect patients.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Integrating community health workers into state and local chronic disease prevention efforts: Program and financing considerations

A. Spencer
AcademyHealth & Nemours Children’s Health Systems

As states, localities and cross-sector efforts like Accountable Communities of Health (ACHs) develop upstream prevention programs, identifying where community health workers (CHWs) can be most effective – with what population, condition and intervention – will help to inform intervention design...

2018

Issue Briefs & Reports

A community health worker-led rotation to train medical students in the social determinants of health

S. Kangovi, T. Carter, R.A. Smith, H.M. DeLisser
J Health Care Poor Underserved

Medical students often lack training in understanding and addressing the social determinants that shape the health of high-risk populations.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Roles and functions of community health workers in primary care

A.L. Hartzler, L. Tuzzio, C. Hsu, E.H. Wagner
Ann Fam Med

Community health workers have potential to enhance primary care access and quality, but remain underutilized. To provide guidance on their integration, we characterized roles and functions of community health workers in primary care through a literature review and synthesis.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Going beyond clinical care to reduce health care spending: Findings from the J-CHIP community-based population health management program evaluation

S.M.E. Murphy, D.E. Hough, M.L. Sylvia, M. Sherry, L.J. Dunbar, R. Zollinger, R. Richardson, S.A. Berkowitz, K.D. Frick
Med Care

Background: Addressing both clinical and nonclinical determinants of health is essential for improving population health outcomes.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

Community navigators reduce hospital utilization in super-utilizers

M.P. Thompson, P.S.B. Podila, C. Clay, J. Sharp, S. Bailey-DeLeeuw, A.J. Berkley, B.G. Baker, T.M. Waters
Am J Manag Care

Objectives: Super-utilizers place a significant burden on the healthcare system. Blending the roles of patient navigators and community health workers may address the clinical and social needs of these patients.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

The value of community health workers in diabetes management in low-income populations: A qualitative study

J. Silverman, J. Krieger, G. Sayre, K. Nelson
J Community Health

To describe community health workers (CHWs) roles in a diabetes self-management intervention.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design
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