Nascate Personas ™ use imperfect data to stratify an entire population into groups that each represent different types of healthcare users based on clinical information and social determinant drivers. These person-centric groupings are intended to group members into like categories based on an organization’s ability to have impact and intervene.
What It Is:
Nascate Personas™ consist of nine all-encompassing groups that stratify an entire population. They are our person-centric way of understanding members based on the complexity of a person’s treatment burden and his/her interaction with the healthcare system. They do not rely on clinical classifiers and are not optimizing for cost, which helps make them stable over time. Nascate Personas™ serve many purposes, including improved individual and population-level understanding, focused interventions, and improved predictive modeling.
How We Did It:
Every member is assigned only one Nascate Persona™. They are grouped based on patient demographics, diagnoses, and locations of services. Nascate Personas™ are built longitudinally, using a meaningful history, and they are tagged every month so that important changes can be detected earlier.
Why We Did It:
Organizations often rely on clinical classifiers to segment and analyze their population. But a person’s health is impacted by social determinant drivers that must be considered. Nascate Persona’s operationalize the use of social determinant drivers in analyzing a person and population, predicting risk, and micro-targeting interventions and determining the next best action for optimal outcomes.