Health depends on more than just clinical factors. Address the nonmedical needs of your population through data-driven analytics and embedded care management capabilities. With our Oracle Health Determinants of Health (DOH) offering, organizations can support the whole person by accounting for the socioeconomic and environmental factors that impact health.
Use advanced analytics to inform population health and care management strategies, powered by clinical and social determinants of health (SDOH) data.
Intervene at the point of care using evidence-based screening tools and suggested goals in your patient’s care plan.
Detect areas of vulnerability and need down to the census block group to inform community health efforts and partnership opportunities.
Hospitals and health systems increasingly seek to address the non-medical needs of their at-risk patients and underserved communities. Oracle Health offers advanced capabilities that can help you bridge the current fragmented gaps between health and social care.
Addressing health equity and access to care issues is a critical need for us. We can’t truly provide patient-centered, comprehensive care without understanding social risk factors our patients are experiencing. Through use of screening tools and the [Oracle Health Determinants of Health] dashboard, we will help enable our care managers to engage and build a trusting relationship with patients to identify and intervene on their social needs. Furthermore, we plan on leveraging the dashboard to pinpoint and prioritize areas of vulnerability in our communities and create plans to address social barriers for better health across our service lines.
April Giard Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Northern Light Health
We are at the forefront of healthcare innovation, promoting holistic care and advancing health equity by combining more than four decades of EHR experience, SDOH data, and geospatial mapping to focus on underserved communities with social risks.
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