As the healthcare field races toward value-based, whole-person care, social determinants of health (SDOH) become a key element of the conversation. The industry is paving new paths. We’ve learned that incorporating SDOH into care and payment models is critical, but we’re still trying to figure out what that looks like and how to get everyone on the same page.
This fascinating topic was the subject of a roundtable discussion hosted by Mark Hagland of Healthcare Innovation. The panelists included Dr. Marshall Chin of the University of Chicago Medicine, Sarah C. DeSilvey of The Gravity Project, Lindsey Haase of OCHIN, and Dr. PJ Helmuth.
Building off of their vibrant discussion, we’ve published a whitepaper diving deeper into the role of SDOH in population health. This whitepaper outlines the critical need for incorporating SDOH in care and payment models and features insight from industry experts exploring:
- Effective, evidence-based strategies for addressing the primary challenges of SDOH
- Technology’s role in supporting population health strategies in the next era of healthcare
- The complexities around the move towards value-based care and caring for more vulnerable populations
SDOH Strategies in the Move Towards Value-Based, Whole-Person Care