Guidehouse works with local, state, and federal agencies to address factors that impact health disparities for underserved and marginalized populations.
How We Help
- Rural Health Strategy and Sustainability
- Health Disparity Analytics and Stakeholder Engagement
- Social Determinants of Health Strategy and Implementation
- Provider Network Adequacy Assessments
Latest From Health Equity, Access, & Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)
January 5, 2022 Insights4 Secrets to Managing Vulnerable PopulationsMaking fast improvements in population health is critical, but it requires a strategic approach to enrollment growth, experts shared during Guidehouse’s 2021 Clinical Integration Summit.
June 7, 2021 Insights3 Ways Government Programs Can Improve Healthcare for Aging AmericansWith new funding opportunities, the amplification of telehealth, and the rise of Medicare Advantage, we can begin to fix the problems in healthcare for older Americans.
May 25, 2021 InsightsWe Must Come Together for Rural Communities to ThriveThe gap between urban and rural health outcomes is increasing, emphasizing the need for innovation with a focus on aligned resources.
May 10, 2021 Insights$5 Billion Can Breathe New Life into Long-Term Behavioral Health EffortsFive ways states and community providers should use American Rescue Plan funds to build future capacity and address behavioral health needs.
February 17, 2021 Insights‘Win-Win’ Payer Strategies for Predicting Risk and Supporting Health EquityTo optimize federal reimbursement, payers should include social risk factors in their risk adjustment models
January 14, 2021 InsightsThree Keys to Improving Social Isolation with Connected CareProvider proximity to and personal knowledge of patients position them to help mitigate the effects of behavioral health issues
November 9, 2020 InsightsImproving Access to Behavioral Health Services with Workforce, Primary Care, and Telehealth SolutionsAccess to behavioral health services has long been a barrier, with some areas of the country having few or no behavioral health providers available