On this webinar, we heard from Dr. Andrew Beck of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital about how his organization uses data to identify and prioritize key social determinants of health (SDOH) to improve child health outcomes.
Dr. Beck shared what kinds of data the hospital collects, how they prioritize and analyze data, and provided examples of projects, partnerships, and interventions they have initiated because of the processes they have in place.
Who should watch this webinar?
ROOTS team members and faculty that missed or would like to revisit the webinar.
Our big takeaways:
- Screening patients for social determinants is important, but what really matters is how you use screening data to drive action to improve health outcomes and narrow inequities.
- Data is critical (both quantitative and qualitative through stories and examples) at each step along the way of addressing SDOH.
- Collecting SDOH data can open opportunities for innovative outreach and new partnerships.
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