Keyword: PRAPARE

Implementation of social needs screening in primary care: A qualitative study using the health equity implementation framework

C. Drake, H. Batchelder, T. Lian, M. Cannady, M. Weinberger, H. Eisenson, E. Esmaili, A. Lewinski, L.L. Zullig, A. Haley, D. Edelman, C.M. Shea
BMC Health Serv Res

Background: Screening in primary care for unmet individual social needs (e.g., housing instability, food insecurity, unemployment, social isolation) is critical to addressing their deleterious effects on patients’ health outcomes.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Realizing resilience part 2: One year later, updates on health center and social sector response to social determinants of health needs during COVID-19

National Association of Community Health Centers, Inc., Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations

In June 2020, six months after the novel coronavirus (COVI0-19) reached the United States and required an almost overnight shift to complete quarantine, the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) and Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations

Keywords: PRAPARE
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Issue Briefs & Reports

Community resource navigator model: Utilizing student volunteers to integrate health and social care in a community health center setting

S. Sandhu, J. Xu, L. Blanchard, H. Eisenson, C. Crowder, V. Sotelo Munoz, C. Drake, J.A. Prvu Bettger
International Journal of Integrated Care

Introduction: While unmet social needs are major drivers of health outcomes, most health systems are not fully integrated with the social care sector to address them.

Keywords: PRAPARE
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Collecting social determinants of health data in the clinical setting: Findings from national PRAPARE implementation

R. Chang Weir, M. Proser, M. Jester, V. Li, C.M. Hood-Ronick, D. Gurewich
J Health Care Poor Underserved

Background: The Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patient Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE) is a nationally recognized standardized protocol that goes beyond medical acuity to account for patients' social determinants of health (SDH).

Publication year
2020
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

While efforts to assess and address social determinants of health (SDOH) in primary care are inherently limited in their ability to address larger systemic challenges, approaches to respond to individual level patient social needs show real potential for improving health and r

Keywords: PRAPARE, Primary care
Publication year
2019
Resource type
Issue Briefs & Reports