Session ID: 
213

Developing a Social Determinants of Health Data Model for PRAPARE

10:00am - 11:00am Thursday, February 14
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W300

Description

This session will provide detailed information about the efforts and outcome of developing a common data model for collecting social and economic risk factors data and the organization of those data into a data model which can be used in conjunction with other existing/emerging data models (PCORnet, CHARN) to improve the understanding of the impact of social and economic risk on cost and quality of care.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the process for creating a CHC common data model including SDOH data elements
  • Discuss how a CHC common data model will be used to improve the representation of under-represented communities in health services research
  • Discuss aspects of the proposed data model, including key value-sets related to social and economic risk factor data and how those data elements related to existing/emerging common data models
  • Describe the PRAPARE protocol and the importance of standardized collection of SDOH data
  • Discuss how the PRAPARE data model relates to other tools utilized to collect social and economic risk factor data

Speaker(s): 

Chief Informatics Officer,
AllianceChicago
Research Manager,
National Association of Community Health Centers

Audience: 

Chief Quality, Chief Clin Transformation Officer
Clinical Informaticists
Data Scientist

Level: 

Intermediate