ACO Learning Collaborative:
Addressing Social Determinants of Health
The Institute for Accountable Care and NAACOS are supporting fourteen ACOs through a learning collaborative focusing on developing and implementing strategies to address Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). The collaborative is organized around seven specific content areas that are described below. Presentations and supporting materials for each session will be made available below.
The collaborative is made possible by the generous support of The Commonwealth Fund, The SCAN Foundation, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the John A. Hartford Foundation.
If you have questions about the learning collaborative please contact us at [email protected].
The initial plan for the learning collaborative curriculum is outlined below. The curriculum is subject to change based on the capabilities and interests of the learning collaborative participants.
Click here for a downloadable copy of the Learning Collaborative Overview.
Information for our Learning Collaborative Participants
Session 1: Developing a Strategy for Addressing SDOH and Establishing Community Partnerships
Session 2: Identifying SDOH Needs and Tracking SDOH Data at the Health System and Community Levels
Session 3: Identifying Community Resources, Making Referrals to Community Based Organizations, and Evaluating Closed Loop Referral Platforms
Session 4: Addressing Health Disparities and Racial Equity
Session 5: Payer Partnerships and Reimbursement
Session 6: Making the Business Case for Investing in Addressing SDOH
Session 7: Enhancing Policy and Regulatory Support for SDOH Initiatives