Improve Health Outcomes and Meet Agency Quality Standards with Socioecnomic Data and Analytics
Did you know medical determinants are only accountable for 20% of healthcare outcomes, whereas social determinants of health account for as much as 50.¹
Predicting future health risks can be challenging as agencies tend to rely on medical and pharmaceutical claims data as the main source of information, but this does not give a complete picture of the patient.
Social determinants are the conditions in which people are born, live, work and age. These factors impact the chances an individual can develop certain health conditions, as well as manage these health risks.
To learn more about the benefits of social determinants of health data, download the fact sheet below or complete the form to the right to request more information.
¹ County Health Rankings, www.countyhealthrankings.org