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All Others Bring Data

Healthcare is a notoriously difficult industry for upstarts to break into – and it’s not just industry complexity. Healthcare leaders are (rightfully) demanding about seeing proven and pressure-tested results.

Over the course of Docent Health’s five years, we’re proud to have entered dozens of markets, delivered a multitude of services, had millions of patient interactions, and engaged with hundreds of thousands of patients from all walks of life. From that, we’ve been able to glean some truly incredible data sets.

Orthopedic & Maternity Outcomes

New mothers had a 7% shorter ALOS

Medicaid neonates with complications had a 1.8-day shorter ALOS

Medicaid moms saw a 37% reduction in pre-term births

Orthopedics patients had a 45% shorter ALOS

Orthopedics 30-day readmission rates were 71% lower

Over the course of three years Dignity Health, now part of the larger CommonSpirit Health, deployed Docent Health technology and services across varied urban, suburban, and rural markets, to test the propensity to influence health outcomes. 

 

Research Dates: Between 2016 and 2018
Sample Size: n = 10,220
Controls: physician, market, payor, age, and race/ethnicity

Health Plan Member Engagement

 

18% improvement in PCP assignment

11% improvement in PCP visits

17% improvement in portal usage

Sutter Health | Aetna launched a new member engagement program using the Docent Health Platform and our white-labeled service guides. That first-of-its-kind program was analyzed in the attached research.

 

Research Dates: October 2019 and May 2020
Sample Size: n = 2,767
Analysis: 2-sample proportions tests
P-Value: 1.78898^-11

Orthopedic & Maternity Outcomes

New mothers had a 7% shorter ALOS

Medicaid neonates with complications had a 1.8-day shorter ALOS

Medicaid moms saw a 37% reduction in pre-term births

Orthopedics patients had a 45% shorter ALOS

Orthopedics 30-day readmission rates were 71% lower

Over the course of three years Dignity Health, now part of the larger CommonSpirit Health, deployed Docent Health technology and services across varied urban, suburban, and rural markets, to test the propensity to influence health outcomes. 

 

Research Dates: Between 2016 and 2018
Sample Size: n = 10,220
Controls: physician, market, payor, age, and race/ethnicity