Population suffering from Diabetes Mellitus is expanding at an alarming rate, around the globe. According to a study report1 by World Health Organization (WHO), total number of people with diabetes is projected to rise from 171 million in 2000 to 366 million in 2030 worldwide. Thanks to sedentary life style, unhealthy eating habits, smoking and more. These unhealthy factors are putting unaffected people too into high risk zone of getting chronic disorders, like Diabetics Mellitus and hypertension.

All those affected and susceptible to such chronic disorders can be categorized under Risk Population, which in general terms is referred as a section of individuals among the general population who are affected with a particular disorder or are susceptible to it.

It is interesting to note that when a certain Risk Population is analyzed, a plethora of data can be derived from them, which can in turn be used to decipher key meaningful insights.

Many hospitals and insurance companies, albeit knowing the fact that data derived from Risk Population analysis provides great insights, do not know how to use it to augment their business operations, such as to enhance patient engagement, reduce cost, provide personalized care and more.

This is where Apatus Data Labs helps institutions such as hospitals, hospices and insurance companies to decipher analyzed data with its Risk Population analysis reports. Refer Figure 1 and Figure 2.


Our team at Aptus Data Labs leverages upon these Risk Population analysis reports to identify Risk Population and predict risk of diabetics for given population using a set of variables such as FBS, Smoker, BMI, gender, etc. Refer Figure 2.

Subsequently, the data derived from the Risk Population Analysis reports are integrated with industry-leading predictive analysis (using Logistics Regression Model) and years of domain expertise to arrive at interesting insights.

With the help of these insights and people health management capabilities, Apatus Data Labs empowers healthcare providers and case workers to engage and educate identified patients on wellness and preventive healthcare, in advance, to assuage risk of chronic diseases.

Moreover with personalized healthcare and increased patient engagement, hospitals and insurance companies can manage healthcare costs seamlessly.

1 Global Prevalence of Diabetes, WHO, DIABETES CARE, VOLUME 27, NUMBER 5, MAY 2004.