By Athena Mandros Depression, alcohol dependency, risk of suicide, childhood trauma — clinical professionals and provider organizations employ a variety of assessment tools and standardized questions to screen consumers for the drivers of poor health care. These screening tools help to identify issues, standardize treatment planning, and uncover issues that influence a consumer’s whole health. One area where we’ve recently seen a greater interest in screening tools and assessments is social determinants of health (SDH). As health plans and provider organizations are increasingly focused on value and consumer outcomes, the interest in addressing social determinants has increased. But there is a long path…
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