SDOH stands for Social Determinants of Health. This concept encompasses the social, economic, and environmental factors that influence an individual’s health outcomes. These determinants include elements such as educational background, employment status, housing conditions, and the availability of healthcare services. SDOH recognizes that health disparities and outcomes are often shaped by factors outside of traditional healthcare settings. Understanding and addressing social determinants is crucial in developing comprehensive strategies to improve population health, reduce health inequities, and enhance overall well-being by considering the broader context in which individuals live and work.