Nearly a third of all US adults and children require equitable opportunities to experience health and healthcare. Covering more than 86 million Americans, Medicaid is leading the charge to help states improve health equity across populations—through funding that improves the collection and use of SDoH data.
By adopting a state of greater data readiness, government health facilities and public health organizations can aggregate, normalize, and unify SDoH, claims, clinical, and other relevant data into a single longitudinal record. Advanced analytics then act upon the data—creating powerful insights that inform decisions and improve performance that positively impacts health equity, whole person care, and care outcomes.
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