Humana’s Medicare Advantage members had an average 2.7% reduction in the number of "unhealthy days" during 2018, and the reduction was linked to an increase in screening for social determinants of health (SDOH), such as food insecurity and loneliness. The percentage change of "unhealthy days" ranged from a 3.6% increase in Broward County, Florida to a 9.8% decrease in San Antonio, Texas. "Unhealthy days" are defined as the overall number of days during the previous 30 days when the respondent felt that either his or her physical or mental health was not good. These findings were . . .