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      Advance Health Equity Through Data
      Learn actionable strategies to turn robust data into powerful patient and member experiences.

      Data for Humanity

      Improve your health equity programs with a
      socioeconomic data donation from FinThrive


      Data for Humanity

      Improve your health equity programs with a socioeconomic data donation from FinThrive



      Introducing the Data Humanity Lab

      FinThrive’s Data Humanity Lab is designed to help researchers, providers and payers accelerate health equity within the US healthcare ecosystem. By donating Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) data to select organizations, together we can improve existing intervention programs, develop predictive models and study the impact of socioeconomic factors on health outcomes. 

      "Health equity needs to be improved now; we will not wait. That is why we are donating data across the healthcare ecosystem. We want to advance research and health equity programs to understand the impact they will have on population health."

      Hemant Goel
      President and CEO, FinThrive

      Apply for a data donation to improve your organization’s existing health equity initiatives   

      For a more holistic picture of the people and communities you serve, you need more than clinical data. Understand the socioeconomic barriers that can influence health disparities and outcomes to improve population and individual health. Apply to receive an SDOH data donation from FinThrive in order to advance your health equity initiatives—impacting whole populations down to the individual level. 



      Pioneering data for humanity

      FinThrive is the first organization to donate SDOH data to accelerate health equity. 


      Empowering the movement to build healthier communities

      Research-based partnerships focused on discovering scalable interventions to address health equity gaps. 


      Putting the equity back into healthcare

      Socioeconomic data can expose systemic inequities that have seeped into healthcare. 

      SDOH Statistics at a Glance


      American households who haven't had enough to eat in the past seven days1


      Social determinants represent 50% of the cost structure in Medicare and Medicaid in the USA2


      of US physicians report that some of their patients have a social condition that affects their health2

      We are confident that our relationship with FinThrive will continue to advance our ability to provide reprieve to those who need it most. This partnership represents RIP Medical Debt’s commitment to our mission—abolishing financially burdensome medical debt.
      Allison Sesso
      President and CEO, RIP Medical Debt
      I am so proud of the amazing team whose dedication, focus and unwavering humanistic approach allowed us to gain insight into the significant role generational poverty plays in health equity and the need to prioritize a patient’s economic status in a meaningful way within healthcare.
      Dr. Michael McCarthy
      Associate Professor, Data Science, Utica University
      We saw a lot of behavioral and substance abuse issues, and it became clear that we needed specialized teams to address those areas.
      John Milligan
      CEO, Upstate Family Health Center
      This is a time to pivot in how we are taking care of patients, opening up access and providing care for all people.
      Dr. Omar Lateef
      President and CEO, Rush University Medical Center
      Our work has been focused on solving these complex problems. We must go outside of our doors and enlist partners to help. The life expectancy gap is the problem we need to solve, and in order to do this, we have to name the root causes.
      Dr. David Ansell
      Senior VP of Community Health Equity,
      Rush University Medical Center

      How Organizations are Using FinThrive SDOH Data Attributes

      Utica University

      Learn how Utica University applied FinThrive SDOH insights to power their socioeconomic study; helping highlight where healthcare service organizations need to invest resources to improve community health, one family at a time. 

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      RIP Medical Debt

      Learn how RIP Medical Debt uses the power of data to launch patients toward financial freedom by relieving $9B in medical debt.

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      Thoughts from the FinThrive Data Humanity Lab Leaders


      John Yount
      Chief Innovation Officer 

      "FinThrive leads the way in rethinking revenue management – our Data Humanity Lab is a vehicle to help ensure that we lead the way for health equity too."


      Brian Urban 
      Director, Innovation & Emerging Markets

      "The FinThrive Data Humanity Lab is our greatest social health-based contribution that the healthcare economy will experience over several years. My hope is that other organizations make contributions and partner together to progress health equity. "

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      Sam Ferraye
      Vice President, Innovation

      "Everyone deserves the best care possible and help in reaching it. FinThrive is playing a key role in moving this from a concept to a reality."

      Questions? Ready to apply? Start here. 

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      1. https://www.census.gov/data/tables/2020/demo/hhp/hhp12.html

      2. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, CIN-Population Health, Medical Center Boulevard, Winston-Salem, NC 27157, USA; b University of Vermont Health Network, The University of Vermont Medical Center, 111 Colchester Avenue – 101PA3, Burlington, VT 05401, US first-page-pdf (sciencedirect.com)