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5 Reasons We’re Looking Forward to ViVE Conference 2023

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ViVE’s conference is taking place March 26-29 in Nashville, TN, and we’re excited to once again participate as one of the exhibitors at this curated event for senior digital health leaders focusing on the business of healthcare systems. So much has changed from this time last year when we think of all that has unfolded in the world, in healthcare, and both personally and professionally. Hopefully, we’re all a year wiser and motivated to make for another great ViVE conference. Here are the top five reasons we’re excited to make our way to Nashville.

1. Being at the epicenter of healthcare in Music City for the ViVE conference 2023.

Cowboy boots? Check! Classic country music? Definitely! Some Nashville hot chicken? Of course! This year we’re looking forward to making our way to ViVE Nashville 2023. Having a forward-thinking conference in such a dynamic city really adds to the experience. Nashville offers a mix of history, music, great food, and scenery making it a stellar destination for the meeting of healthcare’s greatest minds, while enjoying a beautiful part of the South. As the ViVe conference is taking place at Music City Center, we’ll have the opportunity to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and walk up and down Broadway to spots where country music legends past and present have had their start to fame. Who knows who you may run into from the next great healthcare CEO to even a country star legend.

2. Collaborating on all things digital health during ViVE Conference.

Who isn’t involved in digital health these days? According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), digital health covers a lot of ground and is defined as:

The broad scope of digital health includes categories such as mobile health (mHealth), health information technology (IT), wearable devices, telehealth and telemedicine, and personalized medicine. From mobile medical apps and software that support the clinical decisions doctors make every day to artificial intelligence and machine learning, digital technology has been driving a revolution in health care. Digital health tools have the vast potential to improve our ability to accurately diagnose and treat disease and to enhance the delivery of health care for the individual. Digital health technologies use computing platforms, connectivity, software, and sensors for health care and related uses. These technologies span a wide range of uses, from applications in general wellness to applications as a medical device. They include technologies intended for use as a medical product, in a medical product, as companion diagnostics, or as an adjunct to other medical products (devices, drugs, and biologics). They may also be used to develop or study medical products.

And ViVE Health certainly captures all of that and then some as it relates to healthcare and what’s on horizon. As the leading provider of healthcare data, analytics, and technology, we often work with healthcare organizations and others in the digital health sector when it comes to meeting their needs. This ranges from leveraging complementary data like claims intelligence, anonymized longitudinal patient data, social determinants of health and not to mention identity solutions to ensure the right people can securely access systems and portals with a low-friction experience.

And as we know, in health, tech and data, there is always something new brewing.

Our vice president of healthcare strategy, Diana Zuskov shared her 2023 healthcare prediction with Healthcare IT Today that focused on all things digital health.

Zuskov shared, “In 2023, new approaches to personalized consumer engagement, whole person care, and precision medicine will be catalyzed using deidentified, patient-level real-world data. For the past decade, we’ve seen two macros, yet largely parallel, healthcare trends: 1) understanding impacts of social drivers of health and, 2) adoption of digital health and telemedicine, especially due to COVID-19.

Those two trends have existed in a false dichotomy where healthcare organizations are either looking at population-level metrics (e.g., food deserts, access to care), while clinical interventions and risk scores are created at the patient-level. Healthcare innovations seek complete picture of clinical and social drivers but have been limited by challenges linking disparate data sets while maintaining patient privacy. I predict 2023 will be a turning point where healthcare innovators demand more effective linking of data to stitch together a complete picture of clinical and social drivers, including novel types of data. Doing so creates exciting opportunities for personalized engagement, whole person care, precision medicine, and improved health outcomes.”

We’d love to hear what you’re doing in the digital health space and will be at booth #2033 during ViVE Nashville 2023.

3. Learning about healthcare’s up-and-comers and startup companies during the ViVE conference 2023.

When you talk about startups within the healthcare sector there’s something very inspirational and transformational at hand. At ViVE Nashville 2023, our team is looking forward to getting to know the up-and-coming individuals and their respective organizations that are poised to really make an impact in the healthcare ecosystem.

With the StartUp Health Pavilion, Health Studio, and Programming, we’re looking forward to learning about the next big thing in healthcare while sharing more about how we at LexisNexis Risk Solutions can help advance their goals of improving business operations and patient outcomes.

4. Connecting with friends new and old at ViVE 2023.

Being in-person with colleagues and friends, both old and new is a powerful thing. Nothing can replace in-person conversations that happen during healthcare conferences like ViVE. Sometimes the most meaningful and productive conversations happen in the most unconventional settings like waiting in line for coffee, walking down the halls in the hotel, or even at the airport (hopefully not because of any flight delays). Let us know you’ll be there by reaching out here or dropping one of our team members a note on LinkedIn.

5. Sharing what we’ve been up to since last year at ViVE.

When you combine healthcare and technology, a year can feel like an eternity with how fast technology moves especially when coupled with advancements in the healthcare ecosystem – it’s full speed ahead. During ViVE we hope we have the chance to catch up with you whether it’s at booth 2033, walking the exhibit hall or meeting up for a coffee break.

Here’s a few nuggets on what we’ve been up to at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, and what we’d like to share more about as we approach ViVE 2023.

Gain a more precise, longitudinal view of patient health: One of our real-world data solutions LexisNexis® MarketView™ Patient Journey Intelligence can help you to advance health outcomes and uncover unmet patient needs. This innovative solution launched late 2022 uses patent-pending referential tokenization technology to create a more accurate, longitudinal view of patient health to advance health economics and outcomes research and reveal unmet patient needs. The claims-based intelligence is comprised of one of the largest multi-sourced, de-identified medical claims datasets in the United States including data from Medicare, Medicaid and all major commercial payers.

This combination of a robust set of de-identified medical claims with precise tokenization technology creates a more complete picture of a patient’s overall healthcare experience by reducing the potential of missing healthcare encounters that could be relevant to researching and advancing patient care. With access to longitudinal data that is de-identified at the patient level, organizations like yours can securely evaluate the effectiveness of different treatments and care pathways, identify healthcare practitioners with unique diagnosing habits, and research critical unmet market needs based on a specific patient population.

Learn more about our LexisNexis® MarketView™ suite of solutions and come by booth 2033 during ViVE to learn more.

Next-generation tokenization with Referential Data Layer: LexisNexis® Gravitas™ is our fully interoperable real-world data hub powered by precise data linking technology and high-quality, de-identified datasets from both core data assets from LexisNexis Risk Solutions along with strategic healthcare data partners. Our Gravitas™ Token is a next-generation token that meets HIPAA de-identification standards and securely links de-identified datasets with increased accuracy. While other tokens link data using probabilistic matching, the Gravitas Token leverages a referential data layer to help ensure the right records are precisely matched and linked over time. As people move to new addresses, switch providers, change their name, etc., the Gravitas Token can continue to match their de-identified record while maximizing data privacy. That’s powerful.

Let’s talk about our tokenized data sets as well as opportunities to join our growing Gravitas Network during ViVE 2023.

Social Determinants of Health (SDoH): Healthcare organizations are spending significant resources – time, money, and human capital – when it comes to addressing social determinants of health (SDoH). However, effective execution requires the right data and a population-based approach. Maybe you have the need to augment your analytic models with health attributes? Or identify underserved patients who may qualify for a care management program?

Our Socioeconomic Health Attributes consist of social determinants of health that when addressed correlate to better care management outcomes. These attributes can be used on their own or in combination with existing healthcare analytic models to improve line of sight into the influence that environmental, economic and community factors have on care management outcomes. Attributes have been combined into key categories that have been tested and confirmed to be directly correlated to specific health outcomes including total cost, hospitalization, Rx cost, emergency room visits and stress index.

And our Socioeconomic Health Scores provide insights that help improve care management and patient engagement outcomes. This suite of data can help health plans, providers, and pharmacies understand health risk more holistically with the goal of improving care management and patient engagement outcomes. Our data scientists analyze environmental, economic and community attributes to identify which factors, when addressed, will lead to patients receiving better and more effective care.

Read our recent SDoH case study detailing one of our customer’s successes. It relates to using SDoH data and medication adherence and be sure to stop by our booth during ViVE 2023 for an in-person conversation.

What are your top five reasons you’re looking forward to ViVE 2023?

For now, here’s to safe travels, great country music, digital health, and working towards building healthier communities together. See you at ViVE 2023 in Nashville at booth #2033.

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