This brief presenst some general information on social determinants of health, available tools for data collection on SDOH, and the role that Community Health Workers (CHW) may play in implementing SDOH programs.
Community Health Workers & Hypertension and Heart Health Interventions: A Resource for Program Managers and AdministratorsBlake Mahaffey2019-03-01T19:23:20+00:00
This resource is for Community Health Worker program managers and administrators, and explains how Community Health Worker programs can be used to in interventions that positively impact patients who have hypertension. It also contains links to external resources, as well as covers historical approaches to CHW-led heart health programs.
Community Health Workers and Diabetes Interventions – A Resource for Program Managers and AdministratorsBlake Mahaffey2018-05-17T16:07:30+00:00
This is a resource for Community Health Worker (CHW) Program Manager and Administrators that explains the positive impact that CHW-led diabetes interventions can positively impact individual patients as well as organizations and communities. This resource also contains links to external resources, as well as contains MHP Salud's own programmatic approaches to addressing diabetes.
This free brief report includes an overview of two successful CHW-led breastfeeding programs implemented by MHP Salud. These programs can be used as a model by other organizations looking to implement their own CHW-led breastfeeding programs.
The Using the Community Health Worker Model to Promote Breastfeeding is a short brief report that describes two successful CHW-led breastfeeding programs, and can be used as a resource for any organization looking to apply the CHW model to their own breastfeeding programs.
This report offers an overview of the studies conducted on determining the ROI of CHW interventions across the U.S., and also offers suggestions on how to conduct an ROI analysis on your program.