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Using Standardized Social Determinants of Health Screening Questions to Identify and Assist Patients with Unmet Health-related Resource Needs in North Carolina

Spurred by North Carolina’s Medicaid transformation to managed care, the NC Department of Health and Human Services has begun its work addressing SDOH through initiatives that include creating standardized screening questions for health-related unmet resource needs; a resource database and social service integration platform; a geographic information system “hot spot” mapping of SDOH indicators; and public-private partnership pilots. This paper focuses on the Department’s work to develop a standardized set of SDOH screening questions.

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
April 5, 2018

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