LexisNexis Socioeconomic Health Scores can be used independent of other clinical analytics or models. Or they can be used in conjunction with existing care management, discharge and planning platforms. Today, LexisNexis offers three scores:
How is the Total Cost Risk Score Used by Health Plans?
Using these insights, organizations can predicts a member or patient’s potential health risk over the next 12 months based on cost. Total Cost Risk Score empowers healthcare organizations to implement a more proactive approach in their risk stratification, care management and member/patient engagement initiatives.
How is the Readmission Risk Score Used by Providers?
The Readmission Risk Score predicts a patient’s potential risk of readmission within 30 days after discharge of an inpatient hospital stay using clinically-validated socioeconomic data. The Readmission Risk Score can assist healthcare organizations in assessing and stratifying risk in their patient populations and proactively engaging and supporting those individuals to prevent readmissions and improve health outcomes.
How is the Medication Adherence Score Used across the Healthcare Spectrum?
The Medication Adherence Score predicts the expected compliance for an individual to be adherent to their medication protocol. With the evolution of value-based care initiatives, pharmacy, payer and provider organizations can increase medication adherence and achieve positive health outcomes through the analysis of social determinants of health data.
These health scores have been shown to improve predictive accuracy over traditional demographic models. The attributes that are used in our predictive scores are clinically validated against health outcomes. These scores can then be used to effectively engage members and patients by providing more personalized programs and consultations.
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