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Codifying social determinants of health: a Gap in the ICD-10-CM
J Gen Intern Med
If you have ever found yourself experiencing R45.4 (irritability and anger) in response to scrolling through endless rows of diagnosis codes, you are not alone: navigating medical billing and coding can be equal parts frustrating and mystifying.
Before the bullets fly: The physician's role in preventing firearm injury
Yale J Biol Med
Firearm injury is a disease that is disproportionately prevalent in the United States. When a bullet hits a human being, it brings together multiple structural determinants of health into one acute, life-changing event.
Comparative effectiveness of a complex care program for high-cost/high-need Patients: A retrospective cohort study
J Gen Intern Med
Background: High-cost/high-need (HCHN) adults and the healthcare systems that provide their care may benefit from a new patient-centered model of care involving a dedicated physician and nurse team who coordinate both clinical and social services for a small patient panel.
Confidential screening for sex trafficking among minors in a pediatric emergency department
Objectives: Child sex trafficking is a global health problem, with a prevalence of 4% to 11% among high-risk adolescents.
Screening discordance and characteristics of patients with housing-related social risks
Am J Prev Med
Introduction: Healthcare systems are increasingly interested in identifying patients’ housing-related risks, but minimal information exists to inform screening question selection.
A health-related social needs referral program for Medicaid beneficiaries treated in an emergency department
Am J Emerg Med
Background: Social determinants of health (SDH) play an important role in health outcomes.
Health care for people experiencing homelessness-What outcomes matter?
JAMA Netw Open
The cohort study by Stewart et al describes the Safe, Healthy, Empowered (SHE) Clinic, which is colocated with a Seattle, Washington, drop-in community center and serves women experiencing homelessness 4 hours per week on a walk-in basis.
Use of an integrated care management program to uncover and address social determinants of health for individuals with lupus
ACR Open Rheumatol
Objective: We studied patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) enrolled in a nurse‐led, multihospital, primary care–based integrated care management program (iCMP) for complex patients with chronic conditions to understand whether social determinants of health (SDoH),
Building a community partnership in a pandemic: NJ pediatric residency advocacy collaborative
The New Jersey Pediatric Residency Advocacy Collaborative (NJPRAC) is a statewide collaborative with faculty leads from each of the 10 New Jersey pediatric residency programs.