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The role of pediatric networks in managing social health needs

V. Gunn, S. Brixey
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.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Commentaries & Blogs

Collecting standardized data on social determinants of health to address structural racism, drive health equity and respond to COVID-19

A. Ayson, J. Lee, K.C. Alarcon, N. Tarrant, S. Halpin, Y. de la Cruz
National Association of Community Health Centers, Inc., Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations

Identifying and documenting the socioeconomic and structural drivers of poor outcomes, health disparities, and higher costs is recognized as a necessary step for providers caring for complex patients and accountable for population health goals.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Issue Briefs & Reports

A new roadmap for social medicine curriculum design based on mixed methods student and faculty evaluations of the preclinical curriculum

S.M. Finnie, R.J. Brach, C.A. Dawson, S.B. Epstein, R.K. Goyal, K.M. Lounsbury, S.T. Eldakar-Hein, T. Lahey
BMC Med Educ

Background: To support the development of social medicine curricula that empower medical school graduates to redress health inequities, we conducted a mixed methods student and faculty evaluation of an expanded and innovative preclinical social medicine curriculum.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research

Care transitions and social needs: a Geriatric Emergency care Applied Research (GEAR) Network scoping review and consensus statement

C.J. Gettel, C.I. Voils, A.A. Bristol, L.D. Richardson, T.M. Hogan, A.A. Brody, M.N. Gladney, J. Suyama, L.C. Ragsdale, C.L. Binkley, C.L. Morano, J. Seidenfeld, N. Hammouda, K.J. Ko, U. Hwang, S.N. Hastings
Acad Emerg Med

Objectives: Individual-level social needs have been shown to substantially impact emergency department (ED) care transitions of older adults.

Publication year
2021
Resource type
Peer Reviewed Research