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Screening for social needs in pediatrics: How can we ensure it is family-centered and effective?
PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
As health care systems and payers are increasingly focused on the social needs of patients, there has been an emphasis on screening in the health care setting as a way to understand the support families require.
Predictive model-driven hotspotting to decrease emergency department visits: a randomized controlled trial
J Gen Intern Med
Background: Emergency department (ED) visits contribute substantially to health care expenditures. Case management has been proposed as a strategy to address the medical and social needs of complex patients.
As the federal-state program providing access to essential health care to over 77 million low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults, and people with disabilities, Medicaid has a unique opportunity to address the social risk factors that disproportionately imp
Housing is an essential part of health care-"Treat 'em and house 'em"
JAMA Netw Open
People experiencing homelessness bear a disproportionate burden of chronic illnesses and are unable to consistently practice social isolation; unsurprisingly, they have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Health Leads social health data toolkit
Health Leads has worked with health systems and their community partners to integrate standard essential resource needs screening and navigation services into clinical workflows for more than 20 years.
Determining the feasibility of an index of the social determinants of health using data from public sources
Inform Health Soc Care
Examining the feasibility of developing an index measure for the social determinants of health using public data is needed.
Social isolation and loneliness: Imperatives for health care in a post-COVID world
The importance of social determinants of health has been gaining traction in the health care sector during the last decade.
Nurses' perceptions: Addressing social determinants of health to improve patient outcomes
Nursing organizations and leaders adopted the social determinants of health (SDOH) as essential to the delivery of health care, but little is known about working registered nurses’ (hereafter nurses) views on the SDOH.
Diaper need? You can bank on it
DIAPER NEED IS the lack of sufficient diapers to keep a child clean, dry, and healthy. It is a newly recognized social and financial burden for 1 in 3 families in the United States. Despite this statistic, diaper costs are not addressed by federal antipoverty programs.