These attributes add tremendous value when adequate claims and medical records are present—but become even more critical where minimal medical and/or claims data is available. Understanding socioeconomic factors that impact an individual’s health enables healthcare organizations to proactively improve care management activities.
Did you know...Where we live, learn, work and play has a greater impact on how long and how well we live than medical care.1
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