Evidence & Resource Library

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 [email protected]. Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter to get alerts about recent additions to the Evidence & Resource Library.

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Health is wealth: Improving health outcomes through tax preparation

L. Marcil, M. Hole
America's Essential Hospitals

Each year, eligible families can receive more than $6,000 through the Earned Income Tax Credit. Data show mothers and children who receive this money have better health outcomes, including increased infant birthweights, decreased maternal depression, and increased food security.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Non-emergency medical transportation: Trends and innovative solutions in addressing medicaid transportation barriers

M. Rigney, K. Garfield, D. Doege
Dialogue4Health

Each year, millions of Americans face transportation barriers that prevent them from accessing the medical services they need to heal and thrive.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Addressing social risk through medical home and social services connectivity and communication

K. Christensen, A. Brewster, S. Moore
Systems for Action

Low socioeconomic status and other social risk factors are linked to poor health outcomes and increased emergency department (ED) visits. Assessing and addressing these social risk factors can help improve these outcomes.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Unmuddy the waters – How healthcare and social sector partners are improving communication on the journey upstream

R. Manchanda, D.L. Hughes, K. Verlander
HealthBegins

As more organizations forge clinical-community partnerships and join multi-sector collaboratives to address social determinants of health, we’re seeing healthcare, social service, and public health stakeholders use different words, terms, and definitions.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Strengthening carrying capacity of local health and social service agencies to absorb increased hosptial/clinical referrals

D. Varda, K. Hodgens
Systems for Action

As hospitals and clinics increase screenings for social determinants of health (SDOH), referrals to agencies that provide services to address these needs also will increase.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Optimizing governmental health and social spending interactions

B. Resnick, D. Bishai
Systems for Action

The United States spends more money on healthcare than other developed countries, yet experiences significantly worse health outcomes. But, understanding healthcare spending alone is not enough.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Social needs screening and referral models

C. Cain, A. Evans, M. Hubbard, K. Kane, E. Kohl-Grant, M. Lenartowicz, S. Tucker, N. Wang
California Health Care Foundation

The California Improvement Network has identified addressing social needs that impact health as a top priority area for 2018–19.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Promoting health equity through screening and resource navigation

D. Long
Children's Hospital Association

This webinar illustrated the feasibility and benefit of addressing social needs as part of a comprehensive approach to health care in the hospital setting.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Medical legal partnerships to address the social determinants of health: Where we’ve been & where we’re going

National Collaborative for Education to Address the Social Determinants of Health

During this webinar NCEAS discussed how the medical legal partnership model has evolved over time to become a robust adjunct in addressing social determinants of health.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

Overview and best practices in community health

S. Kangovi, L. Gottlieb
Penn Center for Community Health Workers.

This opening session of the series provided an in-depth overview of the field of community health and the problems we are trying to solve, including the wide array of social determinants of health.

2019

Presentation Slides & Recordings

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