Going Deep into Our Communities with Advanced Data Platform
2:30pm - 3:30pmWednesday, February 13
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
As Providence St. Joseph Health forges an intentional and integrated five-year plan to improve community health status over its seven-state service area, the road is guided by Community Pathways to Health (CPH), our internally-developed data and analytics platform that combines clinical, demographic and patient-reported information with block-level measurements of the social determinants of health. This one-of-a-kind tool is helping PSJH better identify areas of need where patients are most vulnerable, develop a more proactive community benefit plan, improve care management, become proactive with social determinants of health, further refine mental health and well-being, and improve services for the Medicaid population. Breakthrough tools like CPH make us a proactive community partner that responds before neighbors become patients.
State the key steps to building a data platform that effectively handles today’s population health initiatives
Describe the data sets that are essential for developing an effective population health data platform
Adapt the core recommendations of this presentation to harness AI and other new technologies to meet population health objectives