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Clinical and Social Data

Clinical health equity software to fuel change

Institutional and clinical bias is real and impacts how diverse communities receive care. Bias is so entrenched in the system and its processes that it’s difficult for providers and care teams to realize it’s happening. Without the proper education and data in their hands, they can’t break the chain of systemic inequity and improve outcomes for diverse patients.

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black man using spirometer

Did you know?

Most commercially available spirometers use race-based correction. However, operators and manufacturers are often unaware of this. While race correction is programmed into the device, there is no consistency in the correction, universal standard, or medical science to validate the adjustment, leading to racial disparities, most recently experienced with COVID-19 recovery.¹

While your organization may have a department dedicated to health equity initiatives, you need a comprehensive platform like Truity that combines patient data, social data, and health equity insights to make recommendations and provide education that supports action at the point of care.

Leverage patient-specific clinical and social data to start closing the health equity gap

Our clinical health equity software uses patient-specific clinical and social data to provide insights and recommendations to clinicians and educational literature to patients.

Truity™ matches these data elements to our proprietary knowledge base of health equity insights, making multi-level interventions at the point of care possible.

Now, health systems have access to a comprehensive health equity platform.

Clinical Data

Pulled from EHR

Examples include:

  • Age
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Insurance
  • Diagnosis
  • Medications
  • Allergies
  • Procedures
  • Lab values
  • Immunizations

Social Data

Compiled from public resources

Examples include:

  • Geography or location
  • Birth rates
  • Availability of primary care providers
  • Air Quality Index (AQI)
  • Pollen counts


1. Anderson MA, Malhorta A, Non AL. Could routine race-adjustment of spirometers exacerbate racial disparities in COVID-19 recovery? The Lancet Respiratory Medicine. 2020;9(2). doi: