COVID-19 Reiterates Importance of SDOH

The pandemic’s fault lines have not been random. Coronavirus has hit society’s most vulnerable–the poor, elderly, minorities–the hardest.

As our fractures are laid bare, the healthcare community must use this as an opportunity to study how we should’ve been hyper aware of social determinants of health (SDOH) all along. Some have, fortunately, already learned that SDOHs are integral to our way out of the pandemic. (more…)

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Don’t Leave Money on the Table: Five Steps to Addressing SDOH

PricewaterhouseCoopers Health Research Institute recently released their new report: “Action Required: The Urgency of Addressing Social Determinants of Health.” Anyone in health care eager to save on costs and create efficient medical interventions should review this report. This piece provides a review of report, highlighting the five steps PwC recommends taking to lead in social determinants of health (SDOH).


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HMA Conference Recap

The Health Management Associates (HMA) conference brought together hundreds of industry executives from health plans, governments and community-based organizations serving Medicaid, Medicare and vulnerable populations. Set in Chicago, Illinois, the conference shed a light on the challenges and opportunities for health care entities in the publicly sponsored health care arena.

In case you were not able to attend, here is a recap of the key topics discussed:


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