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Using an ontology to facilitate more accurate coding of social prescriptions addressing social determinants of health:feasibility study

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National Health Service (NHS) England supports social prescribing in order to address social determinants of health, which account for approximately 80% of all health outcomes. Nevertheless, data on ongoing social prescribing activities are lacking. Although NHS England has attempted to overcome this problem by recommending 3 standardized primary care codes, these codes do not capture the social prescribing activity to a level of granularity that would allow for fair attributi...

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10.2196/23721

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JMIR Publications
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Volume:
22
Issue:
12
Article number:
e23721
Place of publication:
Canada
Publication date:
2020-12-11
Acceptance date:
2020-10-19
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1438-8871
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1439-4456
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33306032
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1149727
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2020-12-23

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