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How Social Determinants of Health Are Costing Employers – Whether They Know it or Not


Mar. 24, 2022
Recorded Online

In light of the pandemic, organizations are prioritizing employee wellbeing like never before. But without understanding the underlying causes of health disparities, many employers are taking a shot in the dark attempting to meet workforce needs, and far too often, are investing in the wrong solutions.

Although the Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) is a relatively contemporary term, the concepts have been studied for almost a century. The SDoH is a framework to help understand the complex set of factors driving population health and wellbeing, including access to quality healthcare, nutritious foods, and safe working conditions. Over the last few years, greater evidence has surfaced linking SDoH to mental health outcomes and employee health status; consequently affecting employer health care costs, productivity, and absenteeism.

In short, employers are paying for cost impacts of Social Determinants of Health, whether they know it or not.


Dr. Matthew Liss, Head of Clinical Innovation, Rightway Healthcare

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