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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CBO Perspectives On Community Resource Referral Platforms: Findings from year 1 of highlighting and assessing referral platform participation (HARP)
Trenton Health Team
In 2020, Trenton Health Team received funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to test ways to improve use of the NowPow community resource referral platform among Trenton community-based organizations.
Going to the doctor: Rideshare as nonemergency medical transportation
Ridesharing apps have changed how people get around. Its use in nonemergency medical transportation (NEMT) is nascent but possibly growing.
Social emergency medicine: Principles and practice
Social Emergency Medicine incorporates consideration of patients’ social needs and larger structural context into the practice of emergency care and related research.
Using electronic health record-based clinical decision support to provide social risk-informed care in community health centers: Protocol for the design and assessment of a clinical decision support tool
JMIR Res Protoc
Background: Consistent and compelling evidence demonstrates that social and economic adversity has an impact on health outcomes.
Patient interest in receiving assistance with self-reported social risks
J Am Board Fam Med
Objectives: This study evaluated how often patients who reported social risk factors requested assistance with these risks in an integrated health system.
Pediatric social risk screening: Leveraging research to ensure equity
The effects of poverty on child health have been exacerbated by the COVID19 pandemic and concurrent economic recession, magnifying the urgency for pediatric healthcare institutions to effectively address patients’ unmet social needs.
Massachusetts general hospital revere food pantry: Addressing hunger and health at an academic medical center community clinic
Food insecurity is defined by limited access to adequate food. As a result, it is associated with chronic disease for millions of Americans.
Mapping the navigation systems of Pennsylvania: Opportunities for the future
Social Impact Network Consulting
When a vulnerable person needs help in Pennsylvania, they face a daunting task. They must navigate a fragmented and ever-changing landscape of benefits, services, and programs scattered across an array of providers.
What is the outlook for addressing social determinants of health?
JAMA Heal Forum
In a remarkably short period, attention to social determinants of health—nonmedical factors influencing health, such as housing, adequate nutrition, and transportation—has become a central feature of efforts to improve health and health equity.