Lyle Mioduszewski, vice president of population health and payer growth for Ciox Health, is our guest for the latest episode of RISE Radio, a podcast series that focuses on issues and challenges faced by health care professionals responsible for quality and revenue, Medicare member acquisition and experience, and/or social determinants of health.

In this 26-minute podcast, Mioduszewski discusses social determinants of health (SDoH), data collection and sharing, and best practices for capturing SDoH codes in the medical record.



About Lyle Mioduszewski

Lyle Mioduszewski is vice president of population health and payer growth for Ciox Health, where he works with risk-bearing entities to understand the utility of social determinants of health data factors, with the goal of improved and equitable outcomes for all individuals. With 20 years of experience throughout the health care continuum, Lyle has clinical expertise in emergency and trauma nursing of adults and pediatric populations, as well as cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology nursing. Lyle has been a leader in the health information technology and medical device industries with previous companies, including McKesson Corporation, PointClickCare (Collective Medical), and Zoll Medical. He is passionate about advancing value-based care modalities, augmenting processes relative to varying health literacies, care collaboration, interoperability, and influencing an end to the opioid epidemic using innovative technologies.  

About Ciox Health

Ciox Health, a Datavant company, provides leading clinical data technology that empowers greater health by unlocking the potential of data in medical records. The company leverages a ubiquitous network of clinical data connections to connect health care decision-makers simply and securely with the data and hidden insights in patient medical records. Ciox helps customers connect, control, and comply in solving last mile challenges in clinical interoperability. Supporting a range of connectivity needs including risk adjustment, research to revenue cycle, Ciox’s solutions include clinical data acquisition, release of information, and coding.