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“The work [with Synaptiq] is unprecedented in its scale and potential impact,” Mortenson Center’s Managing Director Laura MacDonald MacDonald said. “It ties together our center’s strengths in impact evaluation and sensor deployment to generate evidence that informs development tools, policy, and practice.” 
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    A startup in digital health trained a risk model to open up a robust, precise, and scalable processing pipeline so providers could move faster, and patients could move with confidence after spinal surgery. 
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      Thwart errors, relieve in-take form exhaustion, and build a more accurate data picture for patients in chronic pain? Those who prefer the natural albeit comprehensive path to health and wellness said: sign me up. 
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        Using a dynamic machine vision solution for detecting plaques in the carotid artery and providing care teams with rapid answers, saves lives with early disease detection and monitoring. 
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          This global law firm needed to be fast, adaptive, and provide unrivaled client service under pressure, intelligent automation did just that plus it made time for what matters most: meaningful human interactions. 
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                  DATA STRATEGY


                  Transforming Surgical Outcomes Unveiling the Power of Data in Social Determinants of Health

                  Understand how a data-driven approach to analyzing social determinants can provide valuable insights to improve surgical outcomes and tailor postoperative care strategies for potentially millions of patients.


                  A large healthcare system in the Northeast aimed to investigate the impact of social determinants of health on surgical outcomes, seeking to uncover a solution that might enhance postoperative care and recovery.

                  Live, work, play, learn, worship, age - why are they all a force to be reckoned with?

                  The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, CDC, states there are social determinants that play a roll in our health. In their words, "Social determinants of health (SDOH) are nonmedical factors that influence health outcomes. They are the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age, and the wider set of forces and systems shaping the conditions of daily life. These forces and systems include economic policies and systems, development agendas, social norms, social policies, racism, climate change, and political systems."
                  When large health organizations are trying to make sense of health outcomes - whatever the specialty - the notion of SDOH cannot be overlooked: it has to be included. Humans are complex, nothing is more clear today than that fact. Therefore, measuring outcomes on treatment type alone does not present us with a complete picture. AI, alongside a thoughtful data strategy, can be used to factor in the 'forces' ensuring data outcomes on health outcomes are as accurate as possible. Luke. (We couldn't resist).


                  We conducted focused workshops, designed user stories, and developed a lightweight proof of concept (POC) that integrated existing patient data with new data fields associated with social determinants of health and surgical recovery.
                  Our social determinants of health outcomes POC served as an “art of the possible” for identifying the influence of social determinants on surgical outcomes, delivering actionable insights to the health system provider, and paving the way for more equitable pre and post-operative care strategies.


                  The POC empowered our client to garner system-wide and business support to build a production solution that hopes to optimize postoperative care, and enhance surgical outcomes because they can now take social determinants of health into consideration.

                  HUMANKIND OF IMPACT

                  30,000,000 more patients will be poised to receive a more equitable, patient-centric approach to their postoperative care and recovery.


                  9,000 more people each year will be able to start their new careers in America.

                  HUMANKIND OF IMPACT


                  AI IS HOW WE DO IT,


                  is why we do it