SDOH Measurement / Metrics Process
Many health plans struggle to measure the specific value of social determinants of health (SDOH) initiatives, especially when trying to determine financial savings or return on investment (ROI). A process of measurement often requires evaluating multiple streams of data, creating new information or workflows, effective internal communications, multi-year timeframes, and more. Spring Street helps clients to define priorities, establish success criteria, and put the mechanisms in place for a repeatable process of measuring results that drives business decisions.
This service includes:
- Reviewing current data collection methods and review processes
- Working with stakeholders to define and establish success criteria
- Defining requirements for creating a repeatable process
- Working with the organization’s current data visualization capabilities to make SDOH measurement data available to stakeholders across the enterprise
Only through rigorous and trusted outcomes measurement can an ACO identify which programs are making a difference and justify an investment in expanded efforts to address SDOH.
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