December Research Round-Up

Thursday, December 17, 2020
SIREN Staff

The following represents a selection of publications recently added to the SIREN Evidence & Resource Library. If there is an article you think we should add to our Library, let us know.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Screening Studies

Prevalence of Emergency Department Social Risk and Social Needs
M.F. Molina, C.N. Li, E.C. Manchanda, et al.
Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

Development and Preliminary Validation of a Brief Household Food Insecurity Screening Tool for Paediatric Health Services in Australia
A. Kerz, K. Bell, M. White, et al.
Health and Social Care in the Community

Multi-Domain Screening & Referral Interventions

Qualitative Program Evaluation of Social Determinants of Health Screening and Referral Program
V.N. Emengo, M.S. Williams, R. Odusanya, et al.
PLoS One

Aligning Social and Health Care Services: The Case of Community Care Connections
E.M. Fisher, K. Akiya, A. Wells, Y. Li, C. Peck, & J.A. Pagán
Preventive Medicine

Frequent User System Engagement: A Quality Improvement Project to Examine Outcomes of a Partnership to Improve the Health of Emergency Department Frequent Users
M.A. Smith & D. Moyer
Journal of Nursing Care Quality

Food Insecurity Interventions

Referral and Resource Utilization Among Food Insecure Families Identified in a Pediatric Medical Setting
C.Q. Fritz, J. Thomas, M.S. Brittan, E. Mazzio, J. Pitkin, & C. Suh
Academic Pediatrics

Results of an Initiative Supporting Community-Based Organizations and Health Care Clinics to Assist Individuals with Enrolling in SNAP
C. Kelly, A. Maytag, M. Allen, & C. Ross
Journal of Public Health Management & Practice

Interpersonal Violence Interventions

Cost Effectiveness of SEEK: A Primary Care-Based Child Maltreatment Prevention Model
W.G. Lane, H. Dubowitz, K.D. Frick, J. Semiatin, & L. Magder
Child Abuse & Neglect

A Multisite Quality Improvement Initiative to Enhance the Adoption of Screening Practices for Intimate Partner Violence into Routine Primary Care for Women Veterans
G.A. Portnoy, K.M. Iverson, S.G. Haskell, M. Czarnogorski, & M.R. Gerber
Public Health Reports

Social Risk Coding and Risk Adjustment

Utilization of Social Determinants of Health ICD-10 Z-Codes Among Hospitalized Patients in the United States, 2016-2017.
H.P. Truong, A.A. Luke, G. Hammond, R.K. Wadhera, M. Reidhead, & K.E. Joynt Maddox
Medical Care

Evaluation of Changes In Veterans Affairs Medical Centers' Mortality Rates After Risk Adjustment For Socioeconomic Status
A.N. Trivedi, L. Jiang, G. Silva, et al.
JAMA Network Open

Latent Class Analysis to Represent Social Determinant of Health Risk Groups in the Medicaid Cohort of the District of Columbia
M.L. McCarthy, Z. Zheng, M.E. Wilder, et al.
Medical Care

Reports

Two Paths on the Roadmap for Partnership Success
Center for Care Innovations

Health Care Delivery System Reform: Six Policy Imperatives
Commonwealth Fund Task Force on Payment and Delivery System Reform
The Commonwealth Fund

Assessing eHI’s Guiding Principles for Ethical Use of SDOH Data During COVID-19
eHealth Initiative Foundation

Investing in Community Health: A Toolkit for Hospitals
A.S.P. Gaskins, R. Steinitz, & R. Hacke
Center for Community Investment

Caring for the Whole Child: A New Way to Finance Initiatives to Improve Children’s Health and Well-being
Manatt Health

Commentaries & Blogs

New Clinical Coding Guidelines Account for Patients’ Social Risk: We Should Do More to Ensure They Advance Health Care Quality and Equity
L.M. Gottlieb, S.C. DeSilvey
Health Affairs Blog

If Social Determinants of Health Are so Important, Shouldn't We Ask Patients About Them?
A. Moscrop, S. Ziebland, G. Bloch, & J.R. Iraola
BMJ

Implementing a Targeted Approach to Social Determinants of Health Interventions
S.H. Jain & P. Chandrashekar
The American Journal of Managed Care

Four Ways to Overcome Partnership Hurdles and Address Social Determinants of Health
D. Flynn & J. Price
Nonprofit Finance Fund

Civic Engagment for the Underserved—A Clinician Imperative
A. P. Kelly & M. Wetherhorn
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved