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Embedding 529 college savings accounts in pediatric care: a pilot innovation
One in six children in the United States live in poverty. Poverty increases children's risk for poor health and developmental delays.2 Economic distress disproportionately affects people of color.
An intensive intervention to reduce readmissions for frequently hospitalized patients: The CHAMP randomized controlled trial
J Gen Intern Med
Background: A small number of patients are disproportionally readmitted to hospitals.
Impact of social prescribing to address loneliness: A mixed methods evaluation of a national social prescribing programme
Health Soc Care Community
Loneliness is considered a global public health issue because of its detrimental impact on physical and mental health but little is known about which interventions can reduce loneliness.
Population health innovations and payment to address social needs among patients and communities with diabetes
Context: Increasingly, health care organizations are implementing interventions to improve outcomes for patients with complex health and social needs, including diabetes, through cross-sector partnerships with nonmedical organizations.
Intimate partner violence and the pediatric electronic health record: A qualitative study: Intimate partner violence and electronic health records
Objectives: To explore expert perspectives on risks associated with the pediatric electronic health record (EHR) for intimate partner violence (IPV) survivors and their children and to identify strategies that may mitigate these risks.
Provider impacts of socioeconomic risk screening and referral programs: A systematic scoping review
Strong and consistent evidence has demonstrated that social determinants of health (SDH)—including socioeconomic factors related to the availability of food, transportation, and housing—are associated with health and wellbeing.
Looking upstream: Promoting health equity in Philadelphia through novel partnership strategies
Popul Health Manag
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been cataclysmic, revealing the troubling depth of health inequities in the United States.
Medical respite care bridges critical gap for Californians without housing
California Health Care Foundation
For the better part of a decade, Barbara Cheiker made her home in squalid conditions next to a busy Northern California freeway. The hardships were unimaginable.
The role of pediatric networks in managing social health needs
Curr Probl Pediatr Adolesc Health Care
Pediatric-specific networks have emerged over the past decade as Medicaid payment models have shifted away from fee-for-service, which rewards volume of service delivery, towards more value-based payments that incentivize improved health outcomes.