Webinars & Presentations

SIREN has collected educational videos and webinars that highlight research on programs that address social needs in clinical care settings. We've also included some resources (slides, infographics, etc.) that may help you as you write grants, prepare publications, or create research presentations on SIREN-related themes.

If you know of additional presentations or resources that should included here, please let us know.

Lost in Translation? Evidence on Social Needs Screening and Intervention in Clinical Care

Oct 08, 2018
| Laura Gottlieb, MD, MPH

At the 2018 Root Cause Coalition Summit, SIREN Director Laura Gottlieb presented the results of two separate social needs intervention studies and asks: What should have happened next?


Identifying Individuals with Health-Related Social Needs: Broad vs. Targeted Approaches

Oct 08, 2018
| Seth A. Berkowitz, MD, MPH

SIREN Research Advisory Committee member Dr. Seth A. Berkowitz, Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, presented during the ...

Challenges of Putting Evidence to Practice on SDH Interventions

Oct 08, 2018
| Rachel Gold, PhD, MPH

In this presentation delivered at the 2018 Root Cause Coalition Summit, SIREN Research Advisory Committee member Dr. Rachel Gold, Senior Investigator at the Kaiser Permanente NW Center for Health Research, delved into the challenges associated with adoping social risk factor documentation in...

Addressing Social Determinants of Health: Connecting People with Complex Needs to Community Resources

Sep 10, 2018
| Center for Health Care Strategies

As the the second part in the Transforming Complex Care...

Advancing the interoperability of social and behavioral determinants of health

Aug 20, 2018

In this presentation Dan Vreeman, Director of LOINC and Health Data Standards at the Regenstrief Center for Biomedical Informatics, explores how enriching existing medical...

Beyond Cost and Utilization: Rethinking Evaluation Strategies for Complex Care Programs

Apr 09, 2018
| Center for Health Care Strategies' Complex Care Innovation Lab National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs

This webinar, cosponsored by the Center for Health Care Strategies’ Complex Care Innovation Lab and the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs (National...

Moving the Needle on Patient Outcomes through Upstream Care

Mar 22, 2018
| Manik Bhat, CEO and Co-founder of HealthifyRishi Manchanda MD MPH, President and Founder of HealthBegins

In this video, Manik Bhat, CEO and Co-founder of Healthify, and Rishi Manchanda MD MPH, President and Founder of HealthBegins outline the critical steps healthcare system leaders need to take to build the infrastructure and support required for holistic care delivery in their organizations....

Workflow Models and Strategies to Collect Standardized Data on the Social Determinants of Health Using PRAPARE

Mar 28, 2018
| Michelle Jester, Research Manager at NACHC

The National Association of Community Health Centers presented this webinar to help those who are interested in implementing the Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patients’ Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE).

Learn the following skills:

1. Apply strategies to...

SIREN Webinar Recording: Identifying Food Insecurity in Health Care Settings

Feb 27, 2018
| Caroline Fichtenberg, PhDJacqueline Torres, PhDEmilia De Marchis, MDDeepak Palakshappa, MD, MSHP

The discussion highlighted existing evidence on the validity of food insecurity screening tools, patient acceptability of food insecurity screening, and ways to implement screening programs.

Linking Medical Homes to Social Service Systems for Medicaid Populations

Feb 21, 2018
| Sarah Scholle, DrPH, MPH, National Committee on Quality AssuranceKeri Christensen, MS, National Committee on Quality Assurance

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. However, making connections...