Accounting for the social determinants of health during COVID-19
Leveraging data-driven tools to identify vulnerable patients
Social determinants of health (SDOH) have always been important for understanding why some populations are more susceptible to chronic conditions, reduced healthcare access, and shorter lifespans, and COVID-19 has brought the issue into high relief.
Healthcare providers need full visibility into their populations and the non-clinical challenges they face in order to help people maintain their health and keep their communities as safe as possible during the pandemic.
In this white paper, Accounting for the social determinants of health during COVID-19, we share:
Correlations between socioeconomic circumstances and COVID-19 vulnerability
Why you should leverage data-driven tools to identify vulnerable patients
The importance of conducting effective outreach and interventions for high-needs patients
A look into the post-COVID-19 world
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