Using Socioeconomic Data, Not Just Demographics,
to Create a Healthier Patient Population

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  • Did you know that 25 cents of every healthcare dollar is spent on health conditions that are caused by changeable behavior? Use of social determinants of health (SDOH) -- including information on households, neighborhoods, relatives, and assets -- can directly improve care management and risk stratification. However, it’s important to first define what SDOH is and isn’t. A recent LexisNexis Health Care CIO survey found that only 50 percent of organizations are using SDOH data at all, and even then, they have only limited information from their EHR or from patient surveys. The question is: what are you going to do about it? This webinar will reveal the myths and truths that will help you avoid answering, "Not enough."

    This webinar is geared toward: hospital CIO, C-suite, CNO, CMIO, and VP of patient engagement.

    Attendees of this webinar will be able to:
    1)  Determine the myths and truths associated with sociodeterminants of health data and learn how that data can enhance care coordination and
    2)  Utilize new and innovative ways to effectively and efficiently attain your prioritized healthcare quality goals while simultaneously managing cost and
    delivering a premium patient experience through the use of SDOH data.
    3)  Identify combinations of socioeconomic factors in assessing patient risk with data that has been statistically validated to be directly correlated to specific health outcomes.
    4)  Convert health attributes into an actionable health risk score at the individual level as well as a hospital readmission model can cut costs and improve population health strategies to meet regulatory challenges and
    fee-for-value incentives like MACRA and MIPS.

Erin Benson

Ms. Benson serves LexisNexis Health Care as Director, Market Planning. Her focus is on the development and execution of strategic planning for Member Identity and Socioeconomic Determinants of Health solutions. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Ms. Benson was a Senior Consultant at Deloitte Consulting. She holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University and an MBA in Strategy and Management from Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business.

Eric McCulley

Mr. McCulley serves LexisNexis® Health Care as Director, Strategic Solutions Consultants. With nearly 20 years experience, Eric started his career in healthcare as a nurse administrator in cardiology, endocrinology and intensive care for several years. Most recently, Eric has led healthcare data and analytics solutions within the payer, provider, government, pharmaceutical and life science industries. In his current role, Eric enjoys leading the team of “identity solutions architects” at LexisNexis, with deep subject matter expertise specific to our member and patient identity solutions, including our Social Determinants of Health solutions.   Eric graduated from Creighton University in Omaha, NE with a BSN and RN license.