What We Do

Population Health Management Platform

Effective population health management requires tools that enable widespread collaboration to orchestrate care among multiple providers and diverse care settings to achieve a common goal: optimizing how care is delivered to ensure that each patient or member receives the right care at the right time from the right provider. This means identifying complex or higher risk patients and members who can benefit from more intensive care coordination, and addressing not only their medical issues, but also the behavioral and social determinants that affect patient health.

What Does GSI Health Do?


Our technology platform, called GSIHealthCoordinator, is built specifically for care coordination, uniting care teams that include providers, health systems, community organizations, and payers of all kinds to help you deliver collaborative, whole-person care within complex populations. Every day, we help organizations transform the way they deliver whole-person care, empowering care teams to identify the services and care required for each patient and facilitate access to the providers, services, and resources the patient needs the most.

We believe that combining care coordination with powerful analytics in a single platform creates the synergies and insights that enable real population health management success. Our GSIHealthCoordinator platform integrates and analyzes data from across the community—including medical, behavioral and social information—to provide a more complete picture with better understanding of the needs and overall health of individual patients and entire populations. This innovative approach consolidates diverse and fragmented data in a single comprehensive care plan, with meaningful insights that enable care teams to proactively address gaps in patient care, allocate scarce resources, and strategically identify at-risk patients in time for cost-effective interventions. The result is improved clinical outcomes, more effective care teams, better financial results, and ultimately healthier populations.