Integrating SDOH Data to Address Health More Holistically
An individual’s health and wellness extends beyond the walls of their doctor’s office. A myriad of social, behavioral and environmental determinants continuously impact a person’s health. Healthcare organizations have begun to recognize the value of understanding and addressing these determinants as part of the patient's clinical assessment and treatment plans. However, challenges remain in defining social determinants of health (SDOH) data, standardizing and integrating this data into patient care, and coordinating effectively with community resources to holistically improve an individual’s well-being. This roundtable examines current efforts to address these challenges and highlights a path forward for meaningful integration of SDOH data into the healthcare ecosystem. Presenters will discuss progress to define and standardize SDOH data elements, highlight efforts to coordinate community resources for healthcare and social services and reveal how health plans are leveraging this data in patient and provider engagement of resources.
After this Roundtable, attendees should be able to:
Summarize current efforts to identify and harmonize SDOH data for interoperable health information exchange.
Demonstrate how to coordinate across clinical, behavioral and social service providers to reduce friction and provide holistic care.
Identify best practices leveraged by health plans to integrate SDOH data into care coordination.
Evelyn Gallego, MBA, CEO and Founder, EMI Advisors, Program Manager, Gravity Project
Andrea Gelzer, MD, MS, FACP, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, AmeriHealth Caritas
Lisa Nelson, MS, MBA, Principal Informaticist, MaxMD, Value Sets Subject Matter Expert, Gravity Project
Salim Kizaraly, Co-Founder and SVP Business Development, Stella Technology
Konark Rana, Director, Product Strategy and Development, Gateway Health
Dick Thompson, Executive Director, Quality Health Network
Participation in this event has been pre-approved for 1.5 hours of credit on your CAHIMS/CPHIMS application for recertification. All hours must be self-reported in your HIMSS online record.