Did you know that 80% of a person’s health is determined by the social determinants of health (SDOH)? Through a process called risk stratification, health centers can assess SDOH factors to help allocate resources to patients who need them the most.
Risk stratification identifies patients with complex health and social needs in order to manage their comprehensive care. By systematically identifying patient and population-level needs, health centers can provide targeted clinical and non-clinical services to strengthen sustainability and impact for patients’ risk factor data to improve care.
This webinar will cover the foundations of risk stratification through findings from the 2019 Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patients Assets, Risks, Experiences (PRAPARE) Risk Stratification Learning Collaborative. Dr. Milton Armston, Jr., Psy.D., the Director of Behavioral Health and Integrative Services will also share risk stratification practices from his work at Community HealthNet Health Centers.
After this webinar, participants will:
- Understand the importance of using social risk factor data to improve population health at health centers.
Incorporate takeaways from a national PRAPARE risk stratification model vetted by health centers, Primary Care Associations (PCAs), and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs).
Learn from a health center example leveraging social risk data to identify and address individual patient needs.
Health centers, PCAs, HCCNs, and other health care organizations interested in population health using risk stratification.
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