Papa’s Social Drivers of Health (SDoH) Navigation program leverages its national network of in-person Papa Pals, remote team of social care navigators, and best-in-class technology platform to identify and resolve members’ unmet social needs. With this program, health plans can expect to gain a better understanding of the root cause of their members’ needs and see more successful connections to community resources, as well as higher resolution of health-related social needs. The result? Greater health equity and lower costs.
A closed-loop care system with clear objectives
Papa’s SDoH Navigation program is part of a new set of offerings, built around configurable, well-defined objectives that Papa has proven it can impact and directly attribute to its program. While continuing to connect individuals with critical needs of all kinds to appropriate resources and/or their health plans for support, Papa’s new SDoH Navigation program focuses on seven common challenges its members face:
- Housing insecurity
- Food insecurity
- Home and environmental safety
- General transportation access
- Access to care
- Community engagement
- Medical financial security
The Papa difference
Through our platform, in which Papa Pals serve as trusted “eyes and ears” in the home and report back findings via an easy-to-use application, Papa is uniquely positioned to both identify and help resolve unmet health-related social needs. Here’s what makes us different:
Eyes and ears in the home
Proven social care navigation
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