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Population Stratification Made Easy, Quick, and Transparent for Anyone 


One of the fundamental tasks when creating a population health initiative is to identify the right patients for the right interventions. The challenge with identifying patients is two-fold—there isn’t a one-size-fits all stratification method; and, current stratification tools prove to be inflexible, “black box” solutions that require time-consuming, technical expertise to customize the algorithms. Many commonly used stratification methods also fail to take advantage of the whole-patient picture, using the limited data sources that are available.

Wednesday, July 31
2:00-2:45 PM ET

To address these challenges, Health Catalyst developed the Population Builder™️: Stratification Module; a fast, adaptable tool that allows for rapid and transparent stratification of patient groups based on predefined, yet easy to customize, populations and then provides the architecture to integrate the stratified populations into the population health workflow.
Based on the existing Population Builder tool, the Stratification Module consists of several population health building blocks that users can mix and match to create purpose-driven, transparent, and customizable populations to fit their needs. The building blocks save users the time and effort of creating the raw materials required for effective stratification by providing industry standard, evidence-based definitions for over 6,000 value sets, 21 predefined chronic condition registries, ED utilization (combined claims and clinical data), transition of care, and predictive risk models all in one tool. In addition, the power of AI is made accessible and easy with Health Catalyst-developed risk algorithms that are targeted to specific interventions.
Join the Population Builder: Stratification Module webinar to learn more about its functionality, understand the customization process, observe a unique framework that integrates claims and clinical data, and make it easy to consume customized data sources, so that your algorithms include all of your available patient data. 

In this webinar you can expect to:

  • Learn how Population Builder: Stratification Module is used to combine data from multiple data sources—including claims and clinical data—to stratify based on a “whole patient picture.”
  • Get a glimpse of the predefined stratification content that is packaged within the Population Builder: Stratification Module.
  • Understand how the Population Builder: Stratification Module allows non-technical experts to quickly and transparently create sophisticated stratification algorithms.
  • See how “published” patient lists, or registries, are created within Population Builder: Stratification Module and accessible by the DOS ecosystem.

We look forward to seeing you at the webinar.

Eric Just
Eric Just - Senior Vice President and General Manager, Application Suites, Health Catalyst

Eric Just is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Application Suites at Health Catalyst. His team is responsible for a broad portfolio of applications including a patient registry platform, patient safety decision support, and incorporating new technologies like machine learning and natural language processing.

Eric has spent the majority of his career innovating technology to improve healthcare and health sciences. During the early part of his career, he built a genomics data resource to support a global research community at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Then Eric transitioned to the clinical data warehouse team at Northwestern as one of the principal architects and ensuring the data warehouse was effectively leveraged to power outcomes research, care improvement, and recruitment of patients into research studies.

Since joining Health Catalyst in 2011 as the fifth employee, Eric has enjoyed a variety of roles within the company. Outside of work, he is a dedicated husband and dad and is involved in school, sports, and enjoying outdoor life in his adopted hometown of Salt Lake City.