The latest in Social Determinants of Health (SDOH), Stories from the Community, Conversations, New Product Features & More.
Our Path Assist team recently published an article in the NEJM Catalyst about our innovative partnership with a Nebraska MCO to address social determinants of health (SDOH) in a local Medicaid population. Click here for the article.
Our Expert Panel of Linda Dunbar, Jenna Berent, Rich Porcelli and Caitlin Bowler recently presented an ACAP webinar entitled “The Value of the Community Workforce: Challenges and Strategies.” Click here to listen to the webinar recording.
Zach Duey, Lead Data Scientist At Activate Care, we are transforming the lives of individuals and communities through our Path Assist social intervention program, a proactive model of social care that identifies and addresses unmet health-related social needs. Recognizing that we will not get every detail right the first time and that healthcare is an ever-evolving landscape, […]
Paul Micheli, Head of Product The RISE Summit on Social Determinants of Health (“the Summit”) focused on driving health equity forward and celebrated strides being made towards this endeavor. At the same time, however, the Summit highlighted that there is still a significant distance to travel to achieve improved and equitable health outcomes for those […]
As part of our In Conversation storytelling series, we speak with thought leaders, change-makers, and advocates who make up our community. We kick off this series with Dr. Joshua Liao, host of the Health Equity Conversations podcast, where he gives a platform to the people and groups working to improve equity and health through systems change. Dr. Liao […]
Josh Winslow, Chief Technology Officer In healthcare, data impacts the quality of care patients receive and the ability of many sectors of the health ecosystem to improve health outcomes. While sharing and integrating clinical data has been an area of intense focus over the last decade, social data has gotten less attention. Since SDOH factors […]
As our Navigating the Path Storytelling Series continues, our Chief Operating Officer Matt Goudreau shares insights on our #SDOH intervention model and proactive approach to care.
As our Navigating the Path Storytelling Series continues, Certified Doula, Birth Equity Advocate & Community Engagement Manager Jennifer McLean, MPH, CD(DONA), discusses the impacts of SDOH on maternal health.
The United States has a lackluster record regarding the health of new mothers. Data released by The Commonwealth Fund revealed that the US has the worst maternal death rate of any high-income nation in the world. It gets worse––Black women face almost three times the risk of their white peers. This crisis is a symptom of a larger problem […]
Jessica Sattler, MS, WHNP The landscape of women’s healthcare has changed significantly over the last hundred years. From the introduction of the pap smear in 1923 to the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the birth control pill in 1960 to Roe v. Wade in 1973 which gave women the right to reproductive decision making including […]
As our Navigating the Path Storytelling Series continues, Rich Porcelli, Director of Community Engagement, discusses the ecosystem and structural barriers that exist for individuals and how effective SDOH interventions must address these proactively to build sustainable solutions.
Community Health Navigator Rachel Brennan continues to share her story of helping people face barriers as their advocate through our Path Assist program and her mission to help drive health equity in her local community.
As our Navigating the Path Storytelling Series continues, Rich Porcelli, Director of Community Engagement, explains that providing community resource information alone isn’t enough to address the SDOH barriers people face. Path Assist partners with individuals through their entire social care journey to help them meet their goals.
Community Health Navigator Rachel Brennan shares her story of helping people face barriers as their advocate through our Path Assist program and her mission to help drive health equity in her local community.