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In an environment where social determinants are playing more of a role in conversations about improving health outcomes, it is critical for the health care and social sectors (which often take the form of local community-based organizations, referred to as CBOs) to build mutually beneficial partnerships. This play outlines steps to help health systems and CBOs build relationships that draw on each other’s strengths, put patients first, and support ecosystem development in local communities. DOWNLOAD AS A PDF »
Access to a health care data-sharing platform can help social service providers better understand and address issues that lie at the intersection of their clients’ social and medical wellbeing. It can: (1) provide insight into relevant details of the medical situation that their client is facing; (2) help the social service organization identify clinicians who may be valuable partners in the individual’s care; and (3) enable them to access documentation that can help them better advocate for the client. The goal of this play is to help health systems provide access to health-related data to...