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The medical profession, perhaps driven by Dr. Gregory House’s home visits on the TV show House, has awakened to the value of social determinants of health (SDoH) in treating patients. Sadly, says a recent survey, most providers have at best a primitive ability to capture and integrate this information into their health care delivery systems.

The study, presented by Morning Consult via Innovaccer, was based on interviews with 75 executives at health systems teams and facilities with up to 2,000 beds, and revenue ranging from less than $1 billion to $10 billion plus. The researchers’ primary objective was to gauge how prepared major providers are to move from fee-based to value-based health care/billing. (They think they are more prepared than they actually are, the study concludes.)

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