A growing number of healthcare organizations are identifying the need to expand the context of their population health initiatives by leveraging alternative sources of data. As an increasing number of data sources are utilized by both providers and payees, these previously untapped data sources are becoming a powerful tool in identifying social determinants of health which play an outsized role in the ability of a patient to achieve improved outcomes over the long term.
Join this session to explore:
•Finding the right balance between stable and unstable attribution methodologies
•Using predicative modelling to determine accurate risk stratification protocols for high risk populations
•Identify small-scale targeted intervention strategies based off of complex data sets
•Strategies to form partnerships with community-based resources to address gaps determined by population health