Social Determinants of Health, Social Risks, and Social Needs
Social determinants of health (SDOH) and their individual-level health-related social needs (HRSN) are increasingly recognized as important components of health, health care, and health outcomes. In this work we use a variety of state and nationwide data sources to evaluate the use and utility of clinically documented social risks and social needs.
Health Disparities Investigator
My research interests include health disparities and social determinants of health in the context of complex chronic conditions.
Introduction: Health-related social needs are known drivers of health and health outcomes, yet work to date to examine health-related …
Health Status and Chronic Disease Burden of the Homeless Population: An Analysis of Two Decades of Multi-Institutional Electronic Medical Records
Health-Related Social Needs and Increased Readmission Rates: Findings from the Nationwide Readmissions Database
Background: While health-related social needs (HRSN) are known to compromise health, work to date has not clearly demonstrated the …