PHATE Population Health Mapping Tool
PHATE was commissioned by the ABFM and funded by the ABFM Foundation to help practices better understand and address the social risk factors in their patient population.
With the PHATE My Community tool, explore the social determinants of health that impact your patients. View the characteristics of your practice service area and drill down on specific social determinants, along with local resources to address them. Upload and geocode de-identified addresses to understand where subsets of your patient population live, see risk scores, and find local resources to address social deprivation factors.
With the PHATE Hotspotting tool, view clusters of diseases and poor outcomes within your patient population and the related social determinant information for those areas. Identify patients in high deprivation areas, and quickly find local resources for referral or community collaboration to address social needs.
Examine each patient’s care quality gaps at the patient or measure level and see Social Deprivation Index data from PHATE for insight into patient’s community characteristics and potential social deprivation risk. Live web links to local resources in the patient’s neighborhood to address their needs are shown on screen along with the patient’s care gaps.
Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) Platform
Commissioned by the ABFM and funded by the ABFM Foundation, the PRO Platform fields PRO surveys and presents collected data in an easy to access, analyze and act on graphical format. This tool also allows the user to review and compare practice level, location level and clinician level scores on individual PRO survey questions, receive alerts for actions needed, and send survey reminders to patients with unsubmitted surveys.
Originally designed to meet Comprehensive Primary Care Plus requirements, this tool allows you to empanel patients with a specific clinician and care team, and use these panels for Risk Stratification. Care teams may be changed and patients and clinicians assigned and unassigned as well.
An excellent resource for larger health organizations, groups like Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Clinically Integrated Networks (CINs), the Group Dashboard allows users to view and manage quality data within user-defined groups, at the practice, location or clinician level.