Addison Davis, MHA
Program Manager Strategic Planning & Clinical Integration
Working on this project as a Master's of Health Administration Student through the University of Oklahoma College Health Science Center - Hudson College of Public Health has allowed me to collaborate interdisciplinary with those across our campus. Throughout this project, I have been able to innovate novel methodologies to design a care delivery model that seeks to incorporate Social Determinants of Health and Health Literacy at the patient bedside as a part of the patients discharge planning utilizing my skills in healthcare administration to organize, coordinate, and implement the desired strategy.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
An Applied Interprofessional, Community-based Clinical Learning Experience Addressing Social Determinants of Health.
To address gaps in clinical education between the University of Oklahoma Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy, a novel curriculum was initiated with focus on the exploration of health inequity, community health, health literacy, and social determinants of health (SDoH). Interprofessional education and collaboration occurs with the goal of providing coordinated services to patients in a community-based practice setting through a student-run interprofessional Unity Clinic serving the uninsured of Oklahoma City.Students gain foundational knowledge in interprofessional based collaboration to teach,…
Description: Sepsis is the leading cause for hospital readmissions at OU Health – University of Oklahoma Medical Center with social determinants of health (SDoH) contributing and disproportionally affecting the Asian, Native American, and African American populations as well as those with domestic partners and those being discharged to law enforcement. Health literacy is an often missed key component of patient education. We have created an inpatient student-led interprofessional curriculum that seeks to expose students to SDoH, health literate patient education, community resources, and to…