- ConclusionsAddressing families’ social needs through resource linkage and navigation can improve well-child visit attendance.
Background and Objectives
Abbreviations:WCV ((well-child visits)), ED ((emergency department)), SDOH ((social determinants of health))
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Article Summary: This study examines the association between enrollment in a social needs navigation program and subsequent well-child and emergency department utilization.
What's known on the subject: Social and economic needs are significant predictors of healthcare utilization, and multiple studies have shown that identifying social needs in primary care can improve linkage to community resources.