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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National surveys gauging prevalence of social care-related activities in the health care sector

Y. Cartier, M. Pantell, E. De Marchis, L. Gottlieb

In 2018, SIREN researchers reviewed the findings from 23 different national surveys collected through September 2018 that included questions about health care-based social care assessment and intervention activities.

2018

Tools & Toolkits

Compendium of medical terminology codes for social risk factors

A. Arons, S. DeSilvey, C. Fichtenberg, L. Gottlieb

This spreadsheet contains codes related to social risk factors that we extracted in a systematic search of four medical vocabularies (LOINC, SNOMED CT, ICD-10-CM, and CPT...

2018

Tools & Toolkits

Blueprint for complex care: A strategic plan for advancing the field

M. Humowiecki, T. Kuruna, R. Sax, M. Hawthorne, A. Hamblin, S. Turner, K. Mate, C. Sevin, K. Cullen

The Blueprint for Complex Care is a strategic plan to support multidisciplinary innovations and accelerate opportunities to improve care for individuals with complex health and social needs.

2018

Issue Briefs & Reports

HealthBegins: Designing and financing sustainable community health investments

Rishi Manchanda, Jason Helgerson, Bill Pinakiewicz

National experts describe operational and financing strategies and best practices to establish sustainable partnerships with community organizations.

2018

Webinar Slides & Recordings

Pathway: A guide to clinical screenings for social determinants of health

Harris County Public Health Department

A tool developed by the Harris County Public Health Department to assist in the implementation of social determinants of health in clinical settings.

2018

Tools & Toolkits

AAFP Short-Form Social Needs Screening Tool

American Academy of Family Physicians

Eleven-question Provider Short-Form Social Needs Screening Tool. Questions 1-10 are reprinted with permission from the National Academy of Sciences, courtesy of the National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. Published as part of the American Academy of Family Physician's EveryONE Project.

2018

Tools & Toolkits

Social Needs Screening Toolkit

Health Leads

Drawing on Health Leads' experience and recent federal guidelines, this toolkit provides screening best practices, a questions library, and a sample recommended screening tool for some of the most common unmet social needs: food insecurity, housing instability, utility needs, financial resource...

2018

Tools & Toolkits

Carrying capacity of health/social services to absorb increased referrals

D. Varda, K. Edwards

Presenters discuss their Systems for Action-funded projects focused on system alignment between medical and public health referrals to community resources as the result of increased screening for social determinants of health, with a focus on the following:

2018

Webinar Slides & Recordings

Addressing social determinants of health through medicaid ACOs: early state efforts

T. McGinnis, M. Spaan, D. Morales, R. Matulis

Accountable care organizations (ACOs) have become increasingly prevalent in state Medicaid programs as a way to improve health care quality and control costs.

2018

Webinar Slides & Recordings

Linking medical homes to social service systems for medicaid populations

S. Scholle, K. Christensen

Social risk factors such as low socioeconomic status are linked to poor health outcomes, increased emergency department (ED) visits and impact health care quality, cost, and use. Assessing and addressing these social risk factors can lead to improved patient outcomes.

2018

Webinar Slides & Recordings

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