Let’s talk about the current landscape of Social Determinants of Health and health data exchange, and where it seems to be heading in the future.
One way for pharmacies to get the insight they need to stay nimble is to have access to non-clinical patient data that helps complete the picture of their patients’ health needs.
Incorporating targeted social determinants of health can uncover opportunities to improve health, patient engagement, and patient retention outcomes that might otherwise be missed.
Now is the time for health plans to start to think beyond compliance: How can you use this newly available data to support and improve critical business functions?
Social determinants of health, combined with clinical data, can transform outcomes for patient engagement, medical research and marketing.
Josh Schoeller, CEO of LexisNexis Risk Solutions Health Care, recently shared industry insights in a candid interview with HIStalk, a healthcare technology industry blog.
Social determinants of health are discussed as a way to understand more about patients, but data on patients’ social experience varies greatly in its content, collection methods and use.
The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) 2021 Luminary awards recognize 71 women in leadership, each with more than 20 years of professional experience.
By avoiding routine care, your members may be getting sicker and experiencing poorer overall health outcomes, which could negatively impact your plan’s quality ratings.
When organizations are able to analyze patients’ healthcare activities and also the social determinants that impact their lives, they can really understand the barriers to care.