There are thousands of interpretable health indicators for patients. Which indicators are most important and how do we make them useful? Health plans today are challenged to incorporate socio-behavioral determinants of health (SBDoH) to more effectively predict and manage risk, match members to the right type of care, and improve provider networks. The speakers will discuss an approach for leveraging new data sources to understand SBDoH and assess member risk in a scalable manner, and share results from research and real-world applications of SBDoH data on large member populations. Participants will learn about the benefits of implementing a data quality index designed to assess the utility of SBDoH data and identify high-value indicators.