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* Other care team members who are responding to SDOH include social workers, health coaches, care coordinators and community health workers.

Source: 2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Social Determinants of Health, April 2017.

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2017 Healthcare Benchmarks: Social Determinants of Health

Initiatives such as CMS' Accountable Health Communities Model and other population health platforms encourage healthcare organizations to tackle the broad range of social, economic and environmental factors that shape an individual's health.

This report documents the efforts of more than 140 healthcare organizations to assess social, economic and environmental factors in patients and to begin to redesign care management to account for these factors. These metrics are compiled from responses to the February 2017 Social Determinants of Health survey by the Healthcare Intelligence Network.

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Amanda Parsons
After choosing two validated tools to assess social determinants of health (SDOH) in its largely Medicaid and otherwise government-insured patients, Montefiore Health System allowed each physician practice to determine its target population for screening. Listen to Dr. Amanda Parsons, MBA, vice president of community and population health at Montefiore Health System, explain the various screening approaches taken by the physicians, and how that multi-site strategy figures into the health system's overall plans for SDOH interventions.

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