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(CHI) Community Health Institute and Expo


CMD1 - Strategizing Workflow Models to Collect and Respond to Social Determinants of Health Data Using PRAPARE


Aug 28, 2017 8:00am ‐ Aug 28, 2017 9:30am

Description

This session will provide an overview of health center-tested workflow models for collecting data on the social determinants of health and responding to needs identified using the national, standardized social determinants of health risk assessment protocol known as PRAPARE. A panel of health center staff, who have used PRAPARE, will present the workflow models that they used, ranging from using clinical staff to non-clinical staff (community health workers, patient navigators, etc.) to integrating it with behavioral health. This session will also introduce strategies to help health centers determine which models will work best in their own clinic's workflow.

  • - Compare and contrast different workflow models for collecting standardized data on the social determinants of health using PRAPARE.
  • - Outline ways to use clinic staff to respond to socioeconomic needs identified through either in-house services or through referrals to community services.
  • - Apply strategies to determine which workflow works best in your health center setting.

Speaker(s):

  • Lindsey Ripley, MS, Clinic Manager, Lone Star Circle of Care
  • Andrea Ruggiero, Senior Director of Care Coordination and Wellness, Open Door Family Medical Center
  • Julie Tatko, MSW, Enabling Services Director, Michigan Primary Care Association

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