Watch Adrienne White-Faines MPA, FACHE, Nathan Riggle, and Emily K. Fletcher MPH in an extensive discussion on the importance of connecting communities and care teams to drive better population health and learn how MercyOne PHSO leveraged advanced AI and ML technologies to address the non-clinical needs of their patients.
As organizations expand their approach to population health management, they cannot underestimate the importance of identifying social risk and building partnerships with community agencies and social services. Whether this means identifying high-risk patients or enabling a meaningful conversation about social vulnerabilities, providers can leverage AI along with non-traditional activated data sets to impact the health of their populations and win at Value-Based Care.
Social determinants of health account for 80% of health outcomes. From here on, it becomes significant to assess the overall impact of ‘social factors’ on population health and outcome measures. Since reducing cost and utilization is the primary goal of healthca...