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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 siren@ucsf.edu.

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Introduction: The Accountable Health Communities (AHC) Model was designed to address the health-related social needs of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services beneficiaries.

Keywords: Accountable Health Communities (AHC)
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Health care for homeless people

M. Liu, S.W. Hwang SW.
Nat Rev Dis Primers

A growing and diversifying homeless population faces tremendous social burdens and structural barriers to health care that contribute to high morbidity and mortality.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Commentaries & Blogs

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

Research, policy and practice in the field of interprofessional collaboration have focused on how medical, nursing, allied health and social care practitioners work together to positively impact patient care.

Keywords: Medical-Legal Partnerships (MLP)
Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Examining the interfacility variation of social determinants of health in the Veterans Health Administration

C.M. Wray, M. Vali, L.C. Walter, L. Christensen, S. Abdelrahman, W. Chapman, S. Keyhani
Fed Pract

Introduction: Recently, numerous studies have linked social determinants of health (SDoH) with clinical outcomes. While this association is well known, the interfacility variability of these risk favors within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) is not known.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research