Social determinants of health (SDOH) are the non-medical factors of healthcare that account for up to 80 percent of health outcomes. When patients struggle with access to care, they’re less likely to follow treatment plans or show up to important follow-up visits. Some of these social and economic factors include challenges such as:
Not having a holistic view of patients, outside of the standard clinical data, could result in patients being readmitted and turning to more emergency visits than necessary. Additionally, providers might experience poor quality ratings and less reimbursements and payers could see unnecessary rising costs. If you’re looking to solve for social determinants of health and gain a more holistic view of your patients, we’re here to help.
Solving for social determinants of health leads to real savings for your organization and better health outcomes for your patients and members. Make strides toward improving your Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) and Star ratings that consider health outcomes and patient engagement strategies.
Attributed to wasted physician time per no-show visit
Daily rate for unnecessary hospital stays
Rate per visit for avoidable emergency department visit
Avoid penalties from Pharmacy Quality Alliance for non-adherence
With deeper insights, you can be proactive and prevent negative health outcomes. Enable your staff to stratify the needs of patients based on access-to-care needs. Our solutions provide you with analytical expertise, machine learning, and powerful proprietary data. You no longer have to rely on patient surveys that require interpretation and staff resources. Get more than a score. With our social determinants of health offering you gain:
Justifications behind the score so you can learn more about why the score was assigned
Non-clinical recommendations to engage with patients to address their barriers to health
Patient-level insights on 300M+ US consumers, helping you answer important questions around demographics, engagement preferences, individual behavior, and lifestyles and interests.