Leveraging Social Determinants of Health
Is Easier than You Think
There’s been a lot of discussion recently in the healthcare world about social determinants of health—also known as SDOH. These are factors that relate to a person’s physical environment and social
circumstances that impact their person’s well-being.
Social determinants of health account for up to 80% of the total impact on an individual’s health, but that data accounts for only about 20% of the information collected in a healthcare setting. That’s why providers are now looking for ways to better incorporate SDOH into population health datasets. There are some easy ways to do so. We’ll examine how in this white paper.
Leveraging Social Determinants of Health Is Easier than You Think
If you want to learn more about how to integrate social determinants of health into your population health datasets, please visit Dimensional Insight at https://www.healthcare.dimins.com/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.