Cheat Sheet

Social Determinants of Health Data

    The social determinants of health (SDH) are the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age—including security in food, housing, income, environment, and social context. As health care systems shifts toward value-based care, leading provider organisations are studying non-clinical risk factors (e.g., social circumstances, individual behaviour, physical environment) and building new models for social care delivery in partnership with owned and community resources in an effort to improve patient outcomes.

    Download our cheat sheet to get a quick primer on what are SDH data, how they are used, and how they affect providers and non-IT leaders.

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