Understand the SDoH Factors Impacting Your Patients Outside the Clinic
People continually adapt how they manage their physical and mental health. Understanding your patient population, and how they are evolving their behaviors, is challenging but required to make an impact. Our data gives you a holistic view including physical, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, environmental, and social health. For instance, AnalyticsIQ’s data includes:
– Social determinants of health (SDOH) like age, gender, ethnicity, location, housing, income, transportation, tech adoption, and more
– Health essentials like BMI, diet, exercise habits, sleep quality, mental health and overall wellness score
– Medical care points like frequency and types of visits, telemedicine services and health and wellness personas
SDoH Data: Understand the Social Factors Impacting Your Patients
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Data is Key to HCP Engagement
SDOH Data Advances Better Outcomes
Social Determinant of Health (SDOH) data points are key to improving health equity and delivering better patient outcomes. With AnalyticsIQ, you can combine data points such as age, race, and gender as well as income, location, housing type, transportation and access to technology to see a full picture. With this intelligence, organizations can deliver services that meet patient needs, identify opportunities to execute healthcare literacy programs and ensure marketing messages align with the lifestyle of high-risk populations.
The Goal is Patient Centricity
Patient engagement is supercharged with better data. Going beyond the exam room and understanding a patient or member’s preferences and lifestyle is critical. Enhancing patient/member data helps identify opportunities to improve the patient journey and experience and drives more meaningful communication programs. A complete picture of a patient population also aids with new patient acquisition.
See the Provider as a Person
Improve HCP engagement by seeing the provider as more than a number or specialty. Apply data points such as confidence using technology, attitude toward travel, and content and channel preferences to ensure messaging is effective, and not ‘one-size-fits-all’. To truly partner with the HCPs you serve, bring patient and provider data together to anticipate the greatest needs of the provider’s patient population, and supply better resources.
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Don’t Wait to Understand Your Patient Population
Use the most predictive, comprehensive data to drive better outcomes.