Our Platform

Our PopulationCentric Intelligence Platform delivers insights within a singular, flexible environment. Get ready to understand your populations from an entirely new perspective.

Population Precision = Improved Outcomes

You select your population and geography. We’ll return actionable insights on conditions and treatments, demographics, health behaviors, engagement and media and social determinants.

From learning household composition to personal belief systems and roads they travel daily, you’ll understand your populations in a way that medical records simply can’t capture. Mapping capabilities make it easy to quickly uncover disparities by geography. You can drill down to the city, zip code and block group level with a few clicks of a button.

Our PopulationCentric Intelligence Platform is the gateway for our products. The dynamic insights are engineered so you can take action and make data-backed decisions that improve health outcomes across your populations.

What Will You Uncover?

Eager to see what Population-Centric Intelligence looks like? Use the selections below to receive a few key insights across Populations we’ve developed.

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62% of San Antonio, Texas Diabetics only use prescription drug brands recommended by their physician.
40% of the Pottstown, Pennsylvania BMI 30+ Population describe their current health as “very good”.
28% of Female Breast Cancer Survivors in New York are willing to pay extra for prescription drugs not covered by health insurance.
61% of San Antonio, Texas Diabetics describe their relationship with their Primary Care Physician as “very good to excellent”.
62% of the Pottstown, Pennsylvania BMI 30+ Population say they value Physician’s Assistants as a personal source of healthcare information.
71% of New York Female Breast Cancer Survivors describe their relationship with their Primary Care Physician as “very good to excellent”.
33% of San Antonio, Texas Diabetics turn to the internet first when researching healthcare information.
56% of Pottstown, Pennsylvania BMI 30+ Population say television is their top source for receiving healthcare information.
46% of New York Female Breast Cancer Survivors turn to the internet first when researching healthcare information.
9% of San Antonio, Texas Diabetics have high cholesterol for which they are not currently seeking medical treatment.
13% of Pottstown, Pennsylvania BMI 30+ Population have back pain for which they are not currently seeking medical treatment.
12% of New York Female Breast Cancer Survivors have joint pain for which they are not currently seeking treatment.

Go Even Deeper

Drill down into your Population’s co-morbidities, beliefs, attitudes and more by using the PopulationCentric Intelligence Platform’s mapping capabilities. You can drill down from the county all the way to the block group level to get the most accurately mapped insights for your Population.

The types of intelligence you can see mapped are almost limitless. You can map insurance type, condition, communication preferences and more.

Example: In zip code 02128, block group 250259813002, the Hispanic Cancer Population is 115% more likely to have own a smartphone than the average adult living in the same zip code.

Solutions for Every Health Category

Population-Centric intelligence is at the heart of every product we offer. By understanding the patient-population perspective you can create value-based care that has real world impact. Select the product you need to improve clinical outcomes, mitigate financial risk and bolster patient engagement.

Community²: Insights within a defined geography

Population²: Insights within a defined geography for a specific cohort

Patient²: Insights for de-identified panels of patients

 

See how our products impact results across healthcare categories:

  • Population

    At-Risk Populations
    Building Provider Networks
    MACRA / Value Based Incentives
  • Healthcare

    Patient Communication
    Care Team Management
    Telehealth and Home Monitoring
  • Business

    Social Determinants of Health
    Strategic Marketing
    Market Expansion / Consolidation
  • Life Sciences

    Clinical Research
    Trial Recruitment & Retention
    Market Potential