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Children’s Hospitals’ Role (and Responsibility) in Population Health

Population health is often discussed in the context of large, adult-focused healthcare systems, yet children make up nearly a quarter of the U.S. population— and children represent one of the most vulnerable and important population segments. Children’s hospitals, guided by their boards, can play a critical role in managing the health of the youth community.

Blog PostBlog Social Determinants Of Health May 2018 Web

What Are Some Ways to Address the Social Determinants of Health?

As value-based care contracting grows, health systems are increasingly seeking to impact the social determinants of health (SDOH), such as social issues, individual behavior, and environmental elements. Given that SDOH affect patients more than healthcare does, addressing them is key to an effective population health management strategy.