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Well, good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to today's webinar entitled Expanding the
Boundaries of Healthcare Systems, Social Determinants of Health, and Community-Oriented Healthcare Delivery.
I'm Dr. Angela Michelide, I'm the Vice President of Programs and Education at the American College of Preventive Medicine, and it's my pleasure today to welcome our speaker and
our moderator. Dr. Elham Hattef will be presenting, and Dr. Antonio, also known as Tony Neary from the CDC, will serve as our moderator. Just a little bit about ACPM.
We are a professional medical society of approximately 2,000 physicians dedicated to improving the
health and quality of life of individuals, families, communities, and populations through both disease prevention and health promotion.
Our members are licensed medical doctors who possess expertise in a broad range of healthcare
skills, including biostatistics, epidemiology, management of healthcare organizations, research, and the practice of prevention in clinical settings.
Our members work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, government at the local, state, and federal levels, the military, laboratories, businesses, and academia.
I have just a few housekeeping pieces of information to share. At this point, the audience has been placed in listen-only mode, but we invite you to
type your questions in the Q&A box throughout the presentation, and we'll answer those at the end. In addition, we'll be posting a reporting of this webinar on the acpm.org website.
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Video Summary
In this webinar entitled Expanding the Boundaries of Healthcare Systems, Social Determinants of Health, and Community-Oriented Healthcare Delivery, Dr. Elham Hattef discusses the use of data in healthcare systems to assess and address social needs and challenges. She highlights the availability of data from electronic health records (EHRs), structured and unstructured, and the potential for using this data to develop assessments and interventions. Dr. Hattef also discusses the challenges of using social and behavioral data in predictive risk models, including privacy and confidentiality issues and the lack of best practices. She provides examples of using patient and population-level data to assess social needs, such as identifying social determinants of health at the patient level and developing predictive risk models for healthcare system interventions. She also discusses the use of data from non-clinical sources, such as the American Community Survey and social media, to assess social needs and challenges. Overall, Dr. Hattef emphasizes the importance of addressing social needs in healthcare systems and the need for collaboration between healthcare providers, community organizations, and policymakers to improve health outcomes and reduce disparities.
Expanding the Boundaries of Healthcare Systems
Social Determinants of Health
Community-Oriented Healthcare Delivery
Data in Healthcare Systems
Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
Assessing Social Needs
Predictive Risk Models
Privacy and Confidentiality Issues
Collaboration for Health Outcomes

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