Social determinants of health (SDOH) involve the conditions in which the Individuals are born. These conditions may include social, economic, and physical states, which have a significant impact on the health of individuals. Addressing social determinants of healthcare is essential for improving health and reducing longstanding disparities in health and health care.
Social determinants have a high impact on the overall health of the population compared to healthcare. It affects the health of people in both positive and negative ways. In contrast, those who are financially sound and living in prosperous regions have better overall health.
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The RISE Summit on Social Determinants of Health is the place for cross-sectional thought leaders to discuss actionable, tactical, and scalable solutions to social determinants of health (SDoH) challenges and achieve better outcomes for the most vulnerable populations.
Systemic racism, food insecurity, lack of safe and affordable housing, and a host of other social determinants remain a significant burden on the individual and collective health of our nation. Join us for our Annual National Summit where representatives from health systems, hospital associations, foundations, businesses, national and community nonprofits, health insurers, academic institutions, and policy centers convene to share best practices.
Many health care providers are leveraging the flexibility of value-based payment models to address social determinants of health (SDOH) while improving the value and quality of care. The movement toward addressing SDOH, such as transportation, nutrition, and housing, recognizes the important role these nonmedical needs play in a patient’s health and well-being. This session highlights how some rural health providers are collaborating with community-based organizations to address SDOH needs that result in improved health outcomes, reduced costs, and advancing health equity.
Understanding the factors that affect your population health can be tricky. With Innovaccer, help your patients find community services, track social needs, and coordinate care across the continuum to …
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