Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patient Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE)
Research Capacity Building
AAPCHO collaborated with the National Association of Community Health Centers and Oregon Primary Care Association to develop PRAPARE, a nationally recognized and tested standardized patient risk assessment protocol that goes beyond medical acuity to account for patients’ social determinants of health. PRAPARE is both evidence-based and stakeholder-driven, containing measures on 21 social determinants of health that align with national initiatives.
Rosy Chang Weir, Director of Research
Past Funding Partners: Blue Shield of California Foundation, Episcopal Health Foundation, St. David’s Foundation, Kaiser Community Benefit