Add social determinants of health data to your clinical and claims data for more predictive scores that help in proactively treating populations, enhancing their overall health outcome.
Focus efforts on individuals with a high degree of socioeconomic risk to proactively discern the best treatment strategy.
Enable better medical outcomes with the right social determinants of health data.
Understanding SDOH risk leads to better health outcomes and lower costs
While clinical data has traditionally been used to predict population health risk, it only tells part of the story. Whereas, approximately 80% of health outcomes can be attributed to social determinants of health (SDOH), such as poverty, housing stability, access to transportation, and living in a food desert1.
Determinations of risk aren’t always possible in these areas if patients do not provide complete disclosure on their socioeconomic situation or if organizations don’t have the resources and time to collect such information.Learn More
Comprehensive and reliable SDOH data sources
TransUnion Healthcare’s SDOH solution combines robust datasets from multiple and frequently updated sources, including public records, aggregated credit data and proprietary assets.
With this deep, broad data, your organization can better visualize health inequities and predict risk — allowing for a more complete view of your populations to emerge.
Tony has been in and out of housing shelters for the past decade. He’s bipolar and has severe asthma.
These ailments often cause him to seek treatment at a local hospital.
When enrolled in affordable housing and social services programs, Tony can worry less about his living situation and focus more on health and wellness.
Paula suffers from diabetes and hypertension. Without easy access to a grocery store in her low-income neighborhood, she struggles to find healthy food options.
As a result, Paula is often unable to control her conditions.
With access to a food pantry provided, she can make healthier food choices and reduce unplanned doctor’s visits.
Kevin has congestive heart failure and is frequently readmitted to the hospital. Since he doesn’t own a car and isn’t close to public transportation, it’s difficult to get to regular doctor’s appointments for disease management.
With this insight, Kevin is enrolled in a ride share program and his transportation to and from appointments is paid for.
This enables him to proactively take better care of his health and reduce the need for hospital readmissions.
With TransUnion Healthcare’s Social Determinant Risk Attributes, you can focus on the right people at the right time — helping improve patient care and costs.
TransUnion Healthcare provides highly accurate patient contact information driven by our access to:
Extensive and diverse datasets, including credit and non-credit information
Data from 500 million consumers
Public and proprietary records on over 95% of the U.S. population
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