Do SDoH strategies actually work, and what is the potential return on investment should your organization decide to implement one?
Everyone wants a social determinant of health (SDoH) strategy – it's trendy, it might even be required in your state, and intuitively it makes sense. But does it actually work, and what is the potential return on investment should your organization decide to implement a new SDoH strategy? Read BeneLynk’s white paper today to learn how we are helping Medicare Advantage plans generate ROI with:
The complex circumstances in which individuals are born and live affect a wide range of health, functioning, and quality-of life outcomes and risks. Although it may take some time to realize the impact of this cost-cutting ROI, the fact remains that combatting barriers via comprehensive SDoH programs has a positive outcome for all parties involved.
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