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February 2022 Research Round-Up

 - SIREN Staff
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In this month’s Research Round-Up, we categorize articles using the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s “Five As Framework”, which defined roles that health care organizations can play in integrating social care. As always, articles in the round-up (and more!) can be found in the SIREN Evidence and Resource Library.

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Screening for Social Risk at Federally Qualified Health Centers: A National Study
M.B. Cole, K.H. Nguyen, E. Byhoff, & G.F. Murray

American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Knowledge and Barriers Related to Food Insecurity Screening in Healthcare Settings
K. Frost, A. Stafos, A.L. Metcalf, et al.
Public Health Nursing

An Embedded Multiple Case Study: Using CFIR to Map Clinical Food Security Screening Constructs for the Development of Primary Care Practice Guidelines
S. Taher, N. Muramatsu, A. Odoms-Young, N. Peacock, C.F. Michael, & K.S. Courtney
BMC Public Health

Simplified Data Science Approach to Extract Social and Behavioural Determinants: A Retrospective Chart Review
A. Teng & A. Wilcox
BMJ Open

Assessment of Structured Data Elements for Social Risk Factors
J.R. Vest, J. Adler-Milstein, L.M. Gottlieb, et al.
The American Journal of Managed Care



Primary Care-Based Interventions Addressing Social Isolation And Loneliness In Older People: A Scoping Review
P. Galvez-Hernandez, L. González-de Paz, & C. Muntaner
BMJ Open

Patient Views on Emergency Department Screening and Interventions Related to Housing
A. Kelly, D. Fazio, D. Padgett, et al.
Academic Emergency Medicine

Multistakeholder Perspectives on Data Sharing to Address Patient Food Insecurity
A.L. Nederveld, J. Holtrop, K.F. Duarte, M. Skalecki, & E.T. Broaddus-Shea
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine

Optimizing Care Coordination to Address Social Determinants of Health Needs for Dual-Use Veterans
H. Sjoberg, W. Liu, C. Rohs, et al.
BMC Health Services Research

Social Needs Resource Connections: A Systematic Review of Barriers, Facilitators, and Evaluation
A.L. Steeves-Reece, A.M. Totten, K.D. Broadwell, D.M. Richardson, C. Nicolaidis, & M.M. Davis
American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Evaluation of a Program to Reduce Home Environment Risks for Children with Asthma Residing in Urban Areas
B. Workman, A.F. Beck, N.C. Newman, L. Nabors

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health


Reports & Issue Briefs

Capturing Value in Social Health: Lessons in Developing the Business Case for Social Health Integration in Primary Care
T. Wetterman & L. Tompsett
The Commonwealth Fund

Incorporating Social Determinants of Health Data from Health Care Partners and Community-Based Organizations into a Common Data Architecture
E. Bacon, K. Scott, A. Tillman, N. Bastian, P. Presken, & S. Schmitt
CHORDS, Clinical and Community Data Initiative, Public Health Informatics Institute

Tools & Toolkits

Bringing Lawyers onto the Health Center Care Team to Promote Patient & Community Health
K. Marple, M. Curran, E. Lawton, & D. Rahajason
National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership

Commentaries & Blogs

Rethinking Community Benefit Programs-A New Vision for Hospital Investment in Community Health
P. Chandrashekar, R. Gee, & J. Bhatt
Journal of General Internal Medicine

Sam’s Story: The Financial and Human Costs of Disjointed Logics of Care
J. Karlin
Annals of Family Medicine

Leveraging Integrated Primary Care to Address Patients' and Families' Unmet Social Needs: Aligning Practice with National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Recommendations
E. Poleshuck, K. Possemato, E.M. Johnson, A.J. Cohen, C.T. Fogarty, & J.S. Funderburk
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine

Screening for Health-Related Social Needs in Pediatric Value-Based Care: Moving From Why to How
T.V. Nguyen, R.J. Chung, & C. Wong
JAMA Pediatrics