The growing list of programs focused on the social determinants of health (SDoH) is diverse in approach and size. To deliver better health outcomes, social determinants — including poverty, food insecurity, lack of education, unstable housing, and environmental conditions — must be addressed to find success with whole person, value-based care. For provider organizations, the complexity of SDoH paired with current organizational priorities and services makes it difficult for provider organizations to know where to focus.
This session will include strategic discussions on:
- How to capture data on consumers to identify what social service programs are needed.
- How to measure social determinant outcomes as a part of whole person care.
- Case study presentations from organizations that have integrated SDoH into their service lines.