Healthify provides a collaborative technology platform, advisory services, and one-on-one support services to help health plans, health systems, government departments, and community-based organizations synchronously address the social determinants of health and track health outcomes. Through its’ advisory services and one-on-one implementation support, Healthify works directly with clients to build and establish coordinated networks within their communities. Each community network is then able to concurrently address the needs of complex populations and track outcomes on one centralized technology platform. On the platform, clients can assess and identify social needs; find and connect patients to over 300,000 validated resources; coordinate bidirectional referrals, and track population health data to understand the impact of interventions on outcomes and costs. The platform is built for enterprise organizations and supports integrations with electronic health records, health information exchanges, and other care management systems to support each client’s specific workflows and data needs.
Healthify is currently working with over 30 enterprise clients and is set to be active nationwide in 2018. Healthify has seen greater than 70 percent completion rate of referrals in the coordinate networks developed and deployed. It also has a net promoter score (NPS) of 66.7 and resource validation occurs every 35 days on average, compared to the industry average of greater than 180 days.
United Healthcare, Johns Hopkins Healthcare, Howard County Health Department, Kaiser Permanente, Evolent Health, Dignity Health, Hackensack Meridian Health, Passport Health, Community Care Cooperative
Updated: July 2018
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