Addressing the Social Determinants of Health

Addressing Social Determinants of Health through the Wellbeing Care Community Platform

The Wellbeing Care Community platform unites community-based organizations, health, social services and more to address Community Care Coordination needs.

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Researchers believe social determinants drive more than 80 percent of health outcomes.

Medical care alone is insufficient to improve health as it is estimated to account for only 10-20 percent of the modifiable contributors to improved health outcomes. “The other 80 to 90 percent are sometimes broadly called the SDoH: health-related behaviors, socioeconomic factors and environmental factors.  (source:

Addressing the social determinants of health will require a comprehensive effort among community partners (see figure 1).  The eTransX Wellbeing Care Coordination system has built in modules, assessments, and success pathways to support addressing the social determinants of health at both the community level and the personal/household level.

Effective screening to identify needs and the ability to then immediately connect, enroll, and guide individuals to a broad array of services and programs is paramount to not only personal success, but also making full use of a region’s investments in existing services and solutions. Wellbeing Care Community unites medical, behavioral, and social service providers on a true operational level with community services and programs like never before.

A Shared Community-Based Wellbeing Coordination System

To help people and communities reach their full potential eTransX has developed a cloud based integrated system that connects key stakeholders at both the community level and the personal household level to capture and share actionable information and facilitate cross sector collaboration. The diagrams in this section illustrate how the eTransX Wellbeing Care Community system can be deployed at the community level, the neighborhood level, or at a regional level.

Figure 1 – Source: The Alliance for the Determinants of Health, Intermountain Health Utah, 2020