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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Focusing on employment in primary mental health care: A scoping review

K. Reed, H. Kalaga
Work

Background: People with mental health issues usually access primary health care services but employment status and/or return to work is not typically an explicit focus of a general practice consultation.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Rideshare-based medical transportation for Medicaid patients and primary care show rates: A difference-in-difference analysis of a pilot program

K.H. Chaiyachati, R.A. Hubbard, A. Yeager, B. Mugo, J.A. Shea, R. Rosin, D. Grande
J Gen Intern Med

Background: Transportation to primary care is a well-documented barrier for patients with Medicaid, despite access to non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) benefits. Rideshare services, which offer greater convenience and lower cost, have been proposed as an NEMT alternative.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

Association of rideshare-based transportation services and missed primary care appointments: A clinical trial

K.H. Chaiyachati, R.A. Hubbard, A. Yeager, B. Mugo, S. Lopez, E. Asch, C. Shi, J.A. Shea, R. Rosin, D. Grande
JAMA Intern Med

Importance: Transportation barriers contribute to missed primary care appointments for patients with Medicaid. Rideshare services have been proposed as alternatives to nonemergency medical transportation programs because of convenience and lower costs.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

Navigation delivery models and roles of navigators in primary care: A scoping literature review

N. Carter, R.K. Valaitis, A. Lam, J. Feather, J. Nicholl, L. Cleghorn
BMC Health Serv Res

Background: Systems navigation provided by individuals or teams is emerging as a strategy to reduce barriers to care. Complex clients with health and social support needs in primary care experience fragmentation and gaps in service delivery.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

How 6 organizations developed tools and processes for social determinants of health screening in primary care: An overview

K. LaForge, R. Gold, E. Cottrell, A.E. Bunce, M. Proser, C. Hollombe, K. Dambrun, D.J. Cohen, K.D. Clark
J Ambul Care Manage

Little is known about how health care organizations are developing tools for identifying/addressing patients' social determinants of health (SDH).

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

The impact of a social prescribing service on patients in primary care: a mixed methods evaluation

D. Carnes, R. Sohanpal, C. Frostick, S. Hull, R. Mathur, G. Netuveli, J. Tong, P. Hutt, M. Bertotti
BMC Health Serv Res

Background: Social prescribing is targeted at isolated and lonely patients. Practitioners and patients jointly develop bespoke well-being plans to promote social integration and or social reactivation.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Screening for food insecurity in pediatric clinical settings: Opportunities and barriers

E. Barnidge, G. LaBarge, K. Krupsky, J. Arthur
J Community Health

Food insecurity is a serious health concern among children in the United States with 15.3 million children living in food insecure households.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Use of community health workers and patient navigators to improve cancer outcomes among patients served by federally qualified health centers: A systematic literature review

K.B. Roland, E.L. Milliken, E.A. Rohan, A. DeGroff, S. White, S. Melillo, W.E. Rorie, C.C. Signes, P.A. Young
Health Equity

Introduction: In the United States, disparities in cancer screening, morbidity, and mortality are well documented, and often are related to race/ethnicity and socioeconomic indicators including income, education, and healthcare access.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Framework for building primary care capacity to address the social determinants of health

A.D. Pinto, G. Bloch
Can Fam Physician

Problem Addressed: Family physicians have long understood that social factors influence the health of individuals and communities; however, most primary care organizations have yet to develop the capacity to specifically address these social determinants of health (SDOH).

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Integrating social determinants of health into primary care clinical and informational workflow during care transitions

S. Hewner, S. Casucci, S. Sullivan, F. Mistretta, Y. Xue, B. Johnson, R. Pratt, L. Lin, C. Fox
eGEMs (Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes)

Context: Care continuity during transitions between the hospital and home requires reliable communication between providers and settings and an understanding of social determinants that influence recovery.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group, Other Study Design
CSV