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 [email protected]. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter to get alerts about recent additions to the Evidence & Resource Library.

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Follow-up study regarding the medium-term effectiveness of the home-visiting program "Pro Kind" at age 7 years: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

S. Kliem, M. Sandner, A. Lohmann, S. Sierau, V. Dähne, A.M. Klein, T. Jungmann
Trials

Background: Pro Kind is a German adaptation of the US Nurse Family Partnership program. It is an intervention based on home visits targeting first-time mothers from disadvantaged populations.

2018

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

The cost-effectiveness analysis of nurse-family partnership in the United States

J. Wu, K.S. Dean, Z. Rosen, P. A. Muennig
J Health Care Poor Underserved

We evaluated whether Nurse-Family Partnership might serve as a cost-effective social policy for improving health.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Student hotspotting: Teaching the interprofessional care of complex patients

P. Bedoya, K. Neuhausen, A. Dow, E.M. Brooks , D. Mautner, R.S. Etz
Acad Med

Problem: Individuals with complex health and social needs drive much of the total cost of care. Addressing these individuals' needs and decreasing costs requires interprofessional teams, called "hotspotters," who engage with communities with high utilization.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Innovative home visit models associated with reductions in costs, hospitalizations, and emergency department use

S. Ruiz, L.P. Snyder, C. Rotondo, C. Cross-Barnet, E.M. Colligan, K. Giuriceo
Health Affairs

While studies of home-based care delivered by teams led by primary care providers have shown cost savings, little is known about outcomes when practice-extender teams-that is, teams led by registered nurses or lay health workers-provide home visits with similar components (for example, care...

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Integrating social services and home-based primary care for high-risk patients

J. Feinglass, G. Norman, R.L. Golden, N. Muramatsu, M. Gelder, T. Cornwell
Popul Health Manag

There is a consensus that our current hospital-intensive approach to care is deeply flawed. This review article describes the research evidence for developing a better system of care for high-cost, high-risk patients.

2017

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Poverty and child health in the United States

American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Community Pediatrics
Pediatrics

Almost half of young children in the United States live in poverty or near poverty. The American Academy of Pediatrics is committed to reducing and ultimately eliminating child poverty in the United States.

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Case study: Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership: A model for transformation

S.A. Berkowitz, P. Brown, D.J. Brotman, A. Deutschendorf, L. Dunbar, A. Everett, D. Hickman, E. Howell, L. Purnell, C. Sylvester, R. Zollinger, M. Bellantoni, S.C. Durso, C. Lyketsos, P. Rothman, J-CHiP Program
Healthc

To address the challenging health care needs of the population served by an urban academic medical center, we developed the Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership (J-CHiP), a novel care coordination program that provides services in homes, community clinics, acute care hospitals, emergency...

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Addressing social determinants of health and health inequalities

N.E. Adler, M.M. Glymour, J. Fielding
JAMA

This Viewpoint on addressing social determinants of health and health inequalities provides a summary of a discussion paper developed as part of the National Academy of Medicine’s initiative on Vital Directions for Health & Health Care.

2016

Commentaries & Blogs

Determinants of health and pediatric primary care practices

A.F. Beck, M.M. Tschudy, T.R. Coker, K.B. Mistry, J.E. Cox, B.A. Gitterman, L.J. Chamberlain, A.M. Grace, M.K. Hole, P.E. Klass, K.S. Lobach, C.T. Ma, D. Navsaria, K.D. Northrip, M.D. Sadof, A.N. Shah, A.H. Fierman
Pediatrics

More than 20% of children nationally live in poverty. Pediatric primary care practices are critical points-of-contact for these patients and their families.

2016

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Community asthma initiative to improve health outcomes and reduce disparities among children with asthma

E.R. Woods, U. Bhaumik, S.J. Sommer, E. Chan, L. Tsopelas, E.W. Fleegler, M. Lorenzi, E.M. Klements, D.U. Dickerson, S. Nethersole, R. Dulin
MMWR Suppl

Black and Hispanic children are hospitalized with complications of asthma at much higher rates than white children.

2016

Issue Briefs & Reports

Pre-post with Comparison Group, Other Study Design
CSV