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Utilize Non-Clinical Data to Build High-Quality SDoH Interventions

More and more health plans are adjusting their strategies to address social drivers of health, but how many are recognizing the value of non-clinical data? As your organization builds and expands on current SDoH initiatives, it’s vital that you collect, assess, and act on social risk data. Only then can you properly solve social needs and measure the effectiveness of your efforts.

Download our latest white paper to learn more about social risk data, how geography impacts health, and how to build more effective, sustainable solutions with a network of community partners.

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Healthify Resources

Whitepaper
White Paper - Identifying Social Risk Factors

Download our latest white paper to learn more about social risk data, how geography impacts health, and how to build more effective, sustainable solutions with a network of community partners.

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Most Prevalent Social Drivers in the U.S.

People all across the nation are facing significant social barriers amidst the ongoing pandemic - housing instability, food insecurity, social isolation, and other critical factors - which are impacting population health outcomes. Take a look at the most prevalent social drivers in the U.S. and which populations are facing the greatest social risks.

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Webinar
Webinar - Leveraging Community-Healthcare Partnerships & Technology for a Sustainable Future

In this webinar, community leaders from Southeastern Michigan discuss how to leverage healthcare-CBO partnerships and technology to coordinate care and improve health outcomes.

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Webinar - Food as Medicine: Four Steps to Implementing an Effective Food as Medicine Program

Attend our webinar to learn about the evolution of food as medicine and how to implement a successful food as medicine program.

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Whitepaper
Everything Payers Need to Know About the ICD-10-CM SDoH Code Expansion

Preparing for ICD-10-CM SDoH Code Expansion

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Establishing SDoH Partnerships with Community-Based Organizations

This white paper explores best practices for cross-sector partnerships and the key components needed to drive fruitful partnerships with CBOs.

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Webinar
Leveraging Predictive Analytics and Community-Level Data to Inform SDoH Interventions

Listen to Jacob Luria, Managing Partner at Algorex Healthcare Technologies, and Manik Bhat, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Healthify, deep dive into how health plans can use predictive analytics to go from ideation to intelligent investments in SDoH interventions

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Case Study
The Impact of Cross-Sector Collaboration on Health Outcomes

How Reading Hospital Reduced the Costs of Unnecessary ED Visits by $1 Million*

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Whitepaper
The Impact of SDoH on Health Plans: Legacy Challenges and Solutions to Overcome Them

Healthify examines the fundamental challenges health plans face when addressing the social determinants of health and solutions to overcome those barriers.

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eBook
SDoH Network Readiness Discussion Guide

Addressing the social determinants of health (SDoH) requires a cross-sector approach but to ensure the success of cross-sector SDoH partnerships, healthcare organizations must carefully evaluate the internal mechanisms in place to support their success.

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Webinar
Re-Imagining SDoH Innovation in the Wake of COVID-19

In the wake of COVID-19, an increased demand for social services has made connecting members to resources more important than ever before. Health plans must now re-imagine SDoH intervention strategies to support the overall health and well-being of their members. In this webinar, Jerry Jones, Director of Community Health at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, highlights SDoH initiatives in the Kansas City area related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Infographic
Social Determinants of Health By the Numbers: Kansas City

While the exact long-term impact of COVID-19 on SDoH is still unclear, early signs of food and housing insecurity, as well as economic instability, are becoming increasingly prevalent as the virus continues to spread. For payors and providers in Kansas City, understanding the current needs in the community will be a critical first step in understanding the future ramifications on SDoH. Take a brief look into the current state of SDoH in Kansas City.

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Whitepaper
An ROI Framework for SDoH Interventions

The social determinants of health (SDoH) are playing an important role in the evolution of care delivery and population health. But identifying the ROI of SDoH interventions remains a significant challenge. In this brief you'll get a framework for capturing and quantifying the effectiveness of SDoH interventions.

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Funding Mechanisms for SDoH Partnerships

As value-based care brings broader accountability for patient outcomes, payers are collaborating closely with community-based organizations (CBOs) to address the social determinants of health (SDOHs). But as households across the country face economic hardship, CBOs are grappling with a surge in demand for social services. Take a brief look at the types of funding available.

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Whitepaper
Funding Community-Based Efforts to Address the Social Determinants of Health

Strategic partnerships with community-based organizations (CBOs) are vital to narrowing the gaps in health inequity and alleviating the long-term impacts of COVID-19. But for CBOs to meet the demand for social services, payment models that provide funding for social services are vital. In this brief, we provide an overview of some of the funding mechanisms available to support social determinants of health (SDoH) interventions.

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Addressing SDoH Using Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill

In this brief, we break down the basics of Medicare Advantage Special Supplemental Benefits for the Chronically Ill (SSBCI) and explore how healthcare stakeholders can use these benefits to address SDoH across vulnerable populations.

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Leveraging Medicaid Section 1115 Waivers to Address SDoH

In this brief, we break down the basics of Medicaid 1115 waivers and explore how healthcare stakeholders are using Section 1115 waivers to address SDoH.

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Webinar
Operationalizing SDoH Interventions and Achieving ROI

Reading Hospital, part of Tower Health, is one of the first healthcare organizations to demonstrate the ROI of addressing the social determinants of health (SDoH). Within one year of launching their SDoH program, Reading Hospital saw a 15 percent decrease in unnecessary emergency department visits amongst their Medicaid and Medicare population. Watch the webinar to learn more!

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Whitepaper
Going Beyond Grant Funding

How CBOs Can Engage in Partnerships with Healthcare Organizations and Secure Funding to Scale

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