Health Insurance Spending on Social Determinants of Health: Seven Categories

A new study analyzes where the money will go towards SDOH.

In recent years, private health insurers have spent at least $1.87 billion on programs aimed at improving social determinants of health (SDOH).

But that’s a relatively small percentage of the profits these companies make each year. new research“Trends in Social Spending by Private Health Insurers,” published online Nov. 10. general internal medicine journal.

so where did you go money go?

Below are the categories and programs contributed by private health insurers during the study period from early 2017 to late 2021.

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