Report Type: Social Determinants of Health

Texan's Views on Social Determinants of Health - EHF Report

NEW Poll: Majority of Texans say having good medical care is not enough to live a healthy life

A majority of Texans think that having good medical care is not enough for a person to live a healthy life. Instead, Texans say non-medical factors like where you live, how much money you make, and how much stress you have are critical to your overall health. Those are just some of the results of Episcopal Health Foundation’s first-of-its-kind statewide survey on social determinants of health in Texas.

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Texas Managed Care Organization Social Determinants of Health Learning Collaborative: Kickoff Meeting Summary

With support from the Episcopal Health Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS), in collaboration with the Texas Association of Health Plans (TAHP), the Texas Association of Community Health Plans (TACHP), and Texas Health and Human Services (Texas HHS) convened the first in-person meeting for the MCO SDOH Learning Collaborative (LC) in October 2019. The report is a summary of meeting content, key opportunities for learning, and proposed next steps for the learning collaborative.

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