Social determinants of health (SDOH), “whole family” or “2 Gen” approaches, and population-level decision-making are key buzz words in the field today. The shared objective that each of these ideas embodies—whether you view it from the health care lens or human service perspective—is a desire for a more holistic approach that gets at underlying root causes and intervenes earlier, reducing more protracted social and health issues.
SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH FRAMEWORK SUPPORTS HEALTHIER OUTCOMESJune 16, 2016 2:44 PM| Posted in Social Determinants | by Tracy Wareing Evans, Executive Director, APHSA
IT’S A WRAP!June 2, 2016 9:16 PM| Posted in Transformation |
Our first-ever National Health and Human Services Summit has come to an end but here at APHSA, we see it as just another beginning...