The social determinants of health (SDoH)—including economic mobility; education; social and community context; health and healthcare; neighborhood and built environment—affect a wide range of health and quality-of-life outcomes. Research shows that integrating SDoH factors within value-based models can significantly reduce healthcare expenditures.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has clarified the link between socioeconomic and racial disparities and overall health and well-being, why are SDoH programs not being scaled more rapidly nationwide?
In this white paper, we explore how building strategic alignment and strong participation can support meaningful change. Read this paper to discover three key actions organizations can implement now to build an effective and sustainable SDoH program:
- Leveraging a maturity mindset.
- Applying a participation-based approach.
- Expanding measures of success.