Using Social Determinants of Health For Early Detection
Social Determinants of Health
Social determinants of health (SDOH) are increasingly recognized for their role as major contributors to an individual’s longterm health outlook. Understanding how these affect your health are crucial to addressing chronic wellness challenges.
Changes in daily schedule have long been understood to lead to adjustment disorders like anxiety and depression. Neeka’s goal sharing features allow an individual to set goals and share them with peers and healthcare providers to boost compliance and accountability.
Social behavior, as well as sudden changes in social interaction, can help diagnose wellness issues, as well as predict future issues. Neeka’s machine learning analsyis is uniquely capable of tracking wellness challenges related to social behavior.
None of this would be possible without security and agency. Neeka’s ability to parse information lets an individual have complete control of what they share with whom. And everything is protected by industry-leading security and privacy technology.
A Track Record of Innovation
Dr. Amin Kassam, MD
Chief Medical Officer, NHLAA
“The players and families in the NHL Alumni Association face unique challenges, and the Neeka Platform is the only platform we trust. From enhanced privacy needs to insights based on social determinants of health, Neeka is the most comprehensive wellness platform.”
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