An important part of addressing social determinants of health (SDH) is shifting to focus on the way consumers live, and by doing so recognizing the importance of either preventative care, or social services delivered through community-based interventions and services. Consider consumers as a “whole person” is at the heart of any SDH outlook and can help provider organizations address many of the common issues that are ultimately detrimental to consumer health. For more, this month we talked to Stephen Christian-Michaels, the Chief Strategy Officer at Wesley Family Services. Wesley Family Services is the result of a 2017 merger . . .
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