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12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Integrating Medical and Social Care In Primary Care
Zoom Webinar:
Continuing Medical Education Medical Center Hour
Center for Health Humanities and Ethics
Over the past 10+ years, there have been growing efforts to identify and address patients' social risk factors (for example, food insecurity and housing instability) in health care delivery settings. These efforts, broadly referred to as social care, have been spurred by interest in addressing the upstream factors influencing patients' health, with the goal to improving health equity and wellness. New national-level quality metrics around social care integration are expected to further increase health care system adoption of social care, with implications for the health care workforce and patients. In her talk, Dr. De Marchis will review how social care (including screening for patients' social risk factors, providing assistance, adjusting medical care with shared decision making to fit patients' social context, and advocacy work) is being integrated in primary care settings, and highlight bright spots in primary care practice innovation around social care.

Dr. Emilia De Marchis is a family physician and health services researcher at the University of California, San Francisco. She is affiliate faculty of the UCSF Social Intervention Research & Evaluation Network (SIREN) where she works to assess and improve how we screen for and respond to identified patient social risk factors within health care settings. Dr. De Marchis co-directs coursework through the UCSF Implementation Science Training program, Partnerships for Research in Implementation Science for Equity (PRISE) Center, and is co-director of the UCSF Training in Practice-Based Research (TIPR) Program, which aims to train family medicine and psychiatry residents of community-based programs in scholarly activities. She is co-chair the UCSF Health Social Drivers of Health Task Force and serves on the San Francisco Bay Area Collaborative Research Network Steering Committee. Dr. De Marchis uses implementation science methods to focus on moving research on social care activities into real-world settings. Her clinical work is based out of the UCSF Family Medicine Center at Lakeshore, where she provides full spectrum primary care. Through her research and clinical practice, she hopes to advance the health care system’s integration of socialc are to provide high quality, patient-centered preventative health care, to reduce health disparities. Dr. De Marchis received her MD from Stanford University, and her MAS in Clinical Research and Certificate in Implementation Science from UCSF.

Medical Center Hour is free of charge and open to the public. For more information, see Center for Health Humanities and Ethics:

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Emilia De Marchis, MD, MAS Assistant Professor of Clinical Family & Community Medicine School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
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