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The places where we live, learn, work, and age, along with our socioeconomic status and race, all have a tremendous influence on our health.
In fact, 80% of health outcomes can be attributed to social determinants of health (SDOH), such as poverty, housing stability, access to transportation and food insecurity.
Our robust data assets help you better visualize health inequities and predict risk, allowing you to mitigate the drivers of underlying health inequities in the communities you serve—helping improve patient care and health outcomes.
Identifying and addressing SDOH reduces rising healthcare costs and improves quality of care. Our data can help you get there. We consolidate information from 10,000 data sources, delivering advanced analytics that quantify social risk and impact.
As a result, healthcare stakeholders can better understand the barriers to healthcare in their community and target social interventions, leading to:
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