Social Determinants of Health 2.0: Achieving Whole Person Care
Social determinants of health are now widely recognized as a necessary means to achieving better outcomes and enabling whole-person care, yet many organizations struggle to implement solutions that address non-clinical factors for their populations in need. By 2019, a large percentage of Americans experienced challenges related to social determinants of health: 68% had at least some level of SDOH challenge, and 52% had a moderate to high risk in at least one category.
This white paper discusses key programs from our 2019 webinar available to integrate and prioritize pressing social needs for vulnerable populations to achieve whole-person care and the power of combining non-traditional data sources for healthcare to get a 360-degree view of the member.
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