Reimagining care delivery: Look beyond clinical data

3M launches analytics platform that integrates social and clinical risk data to improve population health


  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has indicated that social determinants of health (SDoH) are not just an adjunct element to our health care ecosystem, but increasingly drive the definition of health care.

    “The evidence is clear: Social determinants of health, such as access to stable housing or gainful employment, may not be strictly medical, but they nevertheless have a profound impact on people’s wellbeing.” – former CMS Administrator Seema Verma

    3M recently launched 3M™ Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) Analytics, a technology platform that allows health care providers and payers to prioritize care and allocate resources for high-risk individuals and patient populations.

    How? With more than 35 years of experience working with clinical data using 3M™ Clinical Risk Groups and 3M™ Potentially Preventable Events, 3M provides expertise that, when integrated with Socially Determined’s social risk metrics, allows for integrated clinical, social and population health analytics at scale. 3M SDoH Analytics provides a complete picture of an individual, community and delivery network.

    In a system where health care professionals are called on to manage the impact of social risks on the health of individuals and high-risk populations, the 3M platform helps plans to stratify clinical and socioeconomic risk resulting in analytics that are far better in describing and predicting need than either one in isolation. And the financial and human implications can now be better quantified, empowering customers to take data-driven action.

    With 3M SDoH Analytics, it is easier than ever to make the connection between patients, their health and the community organizations that can best support them.

    Are you ready to reimagine care delivery to be more equitable for everyone?

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  • 3M launches analytics platform that integrates social and clinical risk data to improve population health

    3M Health Information Systems has introduced a new technology platform that allows health care providers and payers to prioritize care and allocate resources for high risk individuals and patient populations. 3M™ Social Determinants of Health Analytics (3M SDoH) combines clinical, social and population health data to create a complete picture of patient health.

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  • Learn more about our SDoH experts

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    • L. Gordon Moore, MD

      L. Gordon Moore, MD

      As the senior medical director of clinical strategy and value-based care for 3M Health Information Systems, L. Gordon Moore, MD, bridges the intersections of quality, technology, policy, payment, data, measurement and workflow. His lifelong interest and work in quality improvement are reflected in his many roles, including founding board member of a physician-hospital organization; quality officer; faculty member with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement; and co-leader of quality improvement initiatives with the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, the Washington State Department of Health and other managed care organizations.

    • Melissa Clarke, MD

      Melissa Clarke, MD

      Melissa E. Clarke, MD, CMQ, has extensive private sector experience in clinical transformation and population health working with health plans, third party payers, and clinical organizations. Within health care delivery transformation, Melissa has focused extensively on patient engagement, team-based care and quality outcomes.

      Currently, Melissa is a clinical transformation physician consultant with 3M Health Information Systems (HIS), where she develops transformation roadmaps for a variety of health plan, payer and clinical system partners. In this role she collaborates with client clinical leadership and provides subject matter expertise to catalyze the clinical transformation process within clinical organizations for rapid, quantifiable and sustainable results.


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