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Social Determinants of Health: From Insights to Action
HARRISBURG, Pa., March 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Research suggests social determinants of health (SDoH) – housing, transportation, financial security, loneliness and others – drive more than 80 percent of health outcomes. That's why healthcare organizations are increasingly using social determinant data to improve outcomes, costs, engagement and satisfaction.
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Geneia's latest white paper, Social Determinants of Health: From Insights to Action, discusses success stories as well as how physicians and care managers currently use SDoH data to improve the care, outcomes and costs for populations while personalizing healthcare for individuals.
"Everybody wins when we identify and address the social determinants of health (SDoH) of our patients, even physicians who report lower levels of burnout," said Aurel Iuga, MD, Geneia's chief medical officer. "That's why I'm so eager to share how healthcare organizations and care managers are using SDoH data to improve the cost and quality of healthcare."
To download Geneia's white paper, Social Determinants of Health: From Insights to Action, visit: http://marketing.geneia.com/2019/sdoh-whitepaper/