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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Interventions to decrease use in prehospital and emergency care settings among super-utilizers in the united states: A systematic review

S. Iovan, P.M. Lantz, K. Allan, M. Abir
Med Care Res Rev

Interest in high users of acute care continues to grow as health care organizations look to deliver cost-effective and high-quality care to patients.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Food is medicine-the promise and challenges of integrating food and nutrition into health care

D. Mozaffarian, J. Mande, R. Micha
JAMA Intern Med

Diet-related diseases produce crushing health and economic burdens. The estimated US costs of diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, obesity-related cancers, and other obesity-related conditions are approximately $1.72 trillion per year,1 or 9.3% of the gross domestic product.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Making the case for hospitals to invest in housing

American Hospital Association

The American Hospital Association (AHA), in collaboration with NORC at the University of Chicago, is serving as the evaluation partner for a new initiative, Accelerating Investments for Healthy Communities (AIHC).

2019

Issue Briefs & Reports

Opportunities to advance complex care in rural and frontier areas

J. Lloyd
Center for Health Care Strategies

People with complex care needs who live in rural communities face many of the same challenges experienced by individuals in urban areas, such as lack of transportation and food insecurity. However, rural communities are not just scaled-down cities.

2019

Issue Briefs & Reports

Necessary but not sufficient: Why health care alone cannot improve population health and reduce health inequities

S.H. Woolf
Ann Fam Med

The health of Americans is in decline, a crisis that has been building for some years. Since the 1980s, US life expectancy has risen at a slower pace than in other countries.

2019

Commentaries & Blogs

Association of social and behavioral risk factors with earlier onset of adult hypertension and diabetes

M.S. Pantell, A.A. Prather, J.M. Downing, N.P. Gordon, N.E. Adler
JAMA Netw Open

Importance: The National Academy of Medicine has recommended incorporating information on social and behavioral factors associated with health, such as educational level and exercise, into electronic health records, but questions remain about the clinical value of doing so.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Association between receipt of a medically tailored meal program and health care use

S.A. Berkowitz, J. Terranova, L. Randall, K. Cranston, D.B. Waters, J. Hsu
JAMA Intern Med

Importance: Whether interventions to improve food access can reduce health care use is unknown.

Objective: To determine whether participation in a medically tailored meal intervention is associated with fewer subsequent hospitalizations.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post with Comparison Group

Provider and staff feedback on screening for social and behavioral determinants of health for pediatric patients

E. Byhoff, A. Garg, M. Pellicer, Y. Diaz, G.H. Yoon, M.P. Charn, M.L. Drainoni
J Am Board Fam Med

Introduction: Screening and referral for Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health (SDOH) are increasingly recommended in clinical guidelines and consensus statements.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Medicaid investments to address social needs in Oregon and California

H. Alderwick, C.M. Hood-Ronick, L.M. Gottlieb
Health Affairs

Health care organizations across the US are developing new approaches to addressing patients' social needs. Medicaid programs are uniquely placed to support these activities, given their central role in supporting low-income Americans.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Clinician experiences and attitudes regarding screening for social determinants of health in a large integrated health system

A. Schickedanz, C. Hamity, A. Rogers, A.L. Sharp, A. Jackson
Med Care

Background: Clinical screening for basic social needs—such as food and housing insecurity—is becoming more common as health systems develop programs to address social determinants of health. Clinician attitudes toward such programs are largely unexplored.

2019

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design
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