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How People, Process, and Technology Factor Into Social Needs Screening

Instructional video, created March 2022

 

In this video, viewers will learn how People, Process and Technology should factor into a health center's social needs screening workflow.

 

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    March 2022

Acknowledgements

This resource collection was cultivated and developed by the HITEQ team with valuable contributions from the National Association of Community Health centers (NACHC) as well as HITEQ's Advisory Committee and many health centers who have graciously shared their experiences with HITEQ.

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