Nurses Role in Health Equity: Crucial Collaboration Leveraging SDOH Tools
October 26toNovember 26, 2021
With a heightened awareness of health inequities, there has been an increase the in the identification of social determinants of health (SDOH) data for inclusion in care processes. However, there is little guidance on how to implement the use of these data within clinical workflows.
Join HIMSS on October 26 at 12:00 pm CT to learn more about SDOH implementation use cases using dyads consisting of vendors of SDOH tools and healthcare providers that have implemented the tools. We will also discuss the SDOH needs from a community health practice, including the sharing of SDOH data across practice settings. The overall purpose is to share best practices and discuss lessons learned to support nurses involved in SDOH activities and organizations looking to implement.
Join the HIMSS South Carolina Chapter on October 26 – 27 starting at 7:00 am CT for their annual fall conference, with this year’s theme, “Making an Impact!” Collective healthcare organizations - large and small - have been working tirelessly to address public health and to continue innovating. At SCHIMSS, they are committed to telling the stories of colleagues and educating their members and partners on healthcare and healthcare IT. This year’s event is set to be our best yet with a planned in person event!
October 26 to October 27, 2021
1101 Lincoln St, Columbia, South Carolina, USA
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