Identifying patients with type 2 diabetes - a chronic, progressive condition that affects more than 29 million Americans and 415 million people globally - and those at risk for diabetes, is a first step in closing care gaps and improving the health of a population.

 

Do you have a 360-degree view of patients available at your fingertips, to help you meet quality metrics and improve care? You might think that’s information you’d find in your electronic health record (EHR) system. But we know there is more information about patients than just the data that gets stored in the EHR when they get sick or have an annual visit. These are called Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) and they include risk factors that might never be captured by clinicians – things such as credit score, access to quality food, and where you live or work in relation to your closest clinic or hospital...

 

My article is continued here with live demos and a video of the Qlik Healthcare Diabetes Discovery app: http://global.qlik.com/us/blog/posts/joe-warbington/discoveries-in-population-health . Please provide any feedback there. Thanks!

 

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