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For providers and payers:
Tackle social determinants of health with a trusted partner

We help our clients drive care access, outcomes, and health equity.

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Deliver accessible, quality care

Amwell offers solutions to help clients achieve their social determinants of health (SDOH) goals. Whether it’s increasing access, strengthening whole-person care, or facilitating more affordable care options, a partnership with Amwell can enable your SDOH strategy

The Amwell difference:

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Increase access to care

Provide continuous availability and support communications needs with flexible virtual solutions, digital companions, nationwide provider networks, interpreter services, and more.

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Strengthen whole-person care

Address physical and behavioral health needs with integrated care models to improve acute and chronic condition management as well as long-term wellbeing. 

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Support funding and affordability

Access guidance and support in securing funding for digital care programs that address SDOH gaps, and reduce costs with flexible care modalities

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Enabling hybrid care with purpose

Amwell enables providers, payers, patients, and innovators to deliver greater access to more affordable, higher-quality care. Learn about our progress across environmental, social, and governance (ESG) areas 

Frequently asked questions

Social determinants of health are underlying, non-medical factors that influence health outcomes. These include individuals’ geographic locations, access to food and housing, transportation, language and literacy, education, culture, technology and connectivity, financial circumstances, and social norms and attitudes as well as access to quality healthcare. 

Being able to afford, access, understand, or prioritize nutritious diets and healthy lifestyles, safe places to live, information about health, or clinical appointments are a few examples of contributors to health outcomes. When these fundamental factors to health and wellbeing aren’t met, such barriers raise the risk of health issues and chronic conditions 

By addressing social determinants of health, health systems and health plans can improve health and wellbeing for patients and members. Healthier people are less likely to have health emergencies or serious illness and experience better clinical outcomes. This reduces costs for individuals, health systems, and health plans.