Chicago-Area Technology Platform Takes Risk Stratification Lessons Learned From Covid-19 to a National Audience

  • Published On  Mar 23, 2022
  • Publication  HealthLeaders
  • Author  Scott Mace


Medical Home Network’s Baseball Card platform now offers physicians at-a-glance patient stats.

Building on its previous success, the technology platform behind a Chicago-area accountable care organization is setting its sights on establishing a national footprint.

Medical Home Network, which manages the Medical Home Network ACO, has also implemented its new MHN Baseball Card platform to provide clinicians with at-a-glance patient data and risk scores for their patients, and is has fine-tuned its AI-powered risk stratification model to be even more predictive, says Cheryl Lulias, MHN president and CEO.

With this technology, MHN has reduced addressable social determinants of health by more than 37%, Lulias says. And it’s integrating admission, discharge, transfer, and other patient data across four different electronic health record systems for 13 health systems – including 31 hospitals in the Chicago area alone – and more than 160,000 Medicaid safety net patients.

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