By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer The focus on addressing the social support needs of consumers continues to grow among health plan and provider organization executive teams. For health plans, addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) has been demonstrated to improved outcomes and reduce costs. And, for many traditional provider organization executive teams, addressing social support needs is a 'differentiator' amid the growing competition posed by digital-first provider organizations and retail health care offerings. Just in the past few months, new research documents the social determinants' links to conditions as disparate as obesity, asthma, and HIV (see People With Greater Burden From Social Determinants Of Heath…
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