Community Health Plan of Washington (CHPW) is a not-for-profit provider-owned plan serving over 300,000 members, primarily Medicaid and Medicare. CHPW’s network includes 20 Community Health Centers (CHCs) that operate more than 130 clinics across the state with more than 2,500 primary care providers, 14,000 specialists, and more than 100 hospitals. Since 2011, CHPW and the CHCs have shared claims-based and EHR data via a shared analytics platform. This collaboration allowed CHPW to administer an innovative P4P program, drive value-based payments, run a strong risk documentation program, and support quality initiatives across the network. But with social determinants of health (SDoH) heavily influencing patient outcomes, CHPW wanted to do more to support its providers with broader issues in their communities – and the first step was sharing data. In this session, CHPW explains how to engage and partner with providers to capture and work with SDoH data to enable community partners and CHCs to mobilize community-based resources.