Social determinants of heath datasets and analytics for payers, providers, employers, and life science organizations that want to better understand at-risk populations and devise effective interventions.
Pinpoint social determinants of health—such as education, ethnicity, or household attributes—that affect your at-risk populations. Gain insights into your unique population with custom reporting and analysis based on integrated consumer and claims data.
Improve patient outcomes and lower costs for at-risk populations with targeted interventions that address the specific challenges impacting your population.
Enhance financial analysis by incorporating social determinants of health correlations for at-risk populations. Use SDoH data to improve risk scoring, identify short and long-term outcomes, and better predict utilization.
Access high-quality, real-time SDoH reports from the nation’s largest warehouse of deidentified claims and remittance data, updated daily and combined with national-level consumer behavior health data to offer robust datasets.
Better understand your at-risk population. While 80% of an individual’s health status correlates to SDoH, risk profiles from clinical, claims, and utilization data account for just 20% of a patient's overall health outcomes.
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Individual health correlates to SDoH1
of patients disclose SDoH stress to their physician2
Savings realized per member per month (PMPM)3
1 The Brookings Institution, "A dozen facts about the economics of the U.S. health-care system." March 10, 2020.
2 Jessica Kent, “Costs Fell by 11% When Payer Addressed Social Determinants of Health.” Health IT Analytics, June 5, 2018.
3 Jaime Rosenburg, “Survey Highlights High Prevalence of Social Determinant Challenges, Need to Better Address Them.” American Journal of Managed Care, December 16, 2018.