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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Can social determinants of health programs be scaled? Interviews with members of the NEJM Catalyst Insights Council on the challenges of scaling SDOH programs.

J. Bees
NEJM Catalyst

The NEJM Catalyst Insights Council recognizes the link between social determinants of health and outcomes, but a lack of consensus on what to focus on first may hinder early success.

2020

Commentaries & Blogs

The role of physicians in addressing social determinants of health

N. Maani, S. Galea
JAMA

To a large degree, health is shaped by the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age, collectively termed the social determinants of health. US public and health care professionals care about improving health outcomes.

2020

Commentaries & Blogs

Health care organizations can and must incorporate social determinants

H. Eisenson, N.S. Mohta
NEJM Catalyst

Health care leaders and clinicians strongly support incorporating social determinants of health in care delivery, according to an NEJM Catalyst Insights Council survey. But there are many pitfalls along the way to better health.

2020

Issue Briefs & Reports

Financial support to Medicaid-eligible mothers increases caregiving for preterm infant

K.G. Andrews, M.W. Martin, E. Shenberger, S. Pereira, G. Fink, M. McConnell
Matern Child Health J

Objectives: To assess the impact of financial support on maternal caregiving activities for preterm infants. Methods: We conducted a small randomized controlled trial (RCT) in two Massachusetts Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs).

2020

Peer Reviewed Research

Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT)

The effectiveness of case management interventions for the homeless, vulnerably housed and persons with lived experience: A systematic review

D. Ponka, E. Agbata, C. Kendall, V. Stergiopoulos, O. Mendonca, O. Magwood, A. Saad, B. Larson, A.H. Sun, N. Arya, T. Hannigan, K. Thavorn, A. Andermann, P. Tugwell, K. Pottie
PLoS One

Background: Individuals who are homeless or vulnerably housed are at an increased risk for mental illness, other morbidities and premature death.

2020

Peer Reviewed Research

Review

Leveraging legal services on the Homeless Patient Aligned Care Team (H-PACT)

R. Trott, K. Lattimore
National Center for Medical Legal Partnership

The Homeless Patient Aligned Care Team (H-PACT) is a medical home treatment model being implemented at over 50 VA medical centers (VAMCs) nationwide.

2020

Issue Briefs & Reports

Medicaid and the future of health care hot-spotting

J. Cantor
Milbank Memorial Fund

A recently published randomized clinical trial of the Camden Coalition’s hot-spotting model, which uses teams to identify and manage the care of high-frequency hospital users, found no impact on hospital readmission rates. The limitations and implications of the trial have been widely discussed...

2020

Issue Briefs & Reports

Addressing social determinants of health: Time for a polysocial risk score

J.F. Figueroa, A.B. Frakt, A.K. Jha
JAMA

What determines health? For decades, researchers have attempted to quantify the exact contribution of social factors, such as income, education, race/ethnicity, and the community environment, to health.

2020

Commentaries & Blogs

Addressing the social needs of Spanish- and English-speaking families in pediatric primary car

S. Polk, K.M. Leifheit, B.S. Solomon, L.R. DeCamp
Acad Pediatr.

Objectives: To describe the social needs of families working with Health Leads (HL) at 18 pediatric practices in 9 US cities and how reported social needs and success addressing them varied according to parents’ preferred healthcare language.

2020

Peer Reviewed Research

Other Study Design

Social risks among primary care patients in a large urban health system

C.G. Heller, A.S. Parsons, E.C. Chambers, K.P. Fiori, C.D. Rehm
Am J Prev Med

Introduction: Health systems are increasingly interested in addressing the social determinants of health via social risk screening.

2020

Peer Reviewed Research

Pre-post without Comparison Group
CSV