Take a Look at the Household Data Model
- Describe the Health Cloud household data model.
- List different types of relationships available in the household data model.
The Health Cloud Data Model Journey
In Health Cloud, the data model you use becomes the foundation of your entire system. Understanding the data models is essential to the successful implementation and adoption of Health Cloud. This module takes you through the various Health Cloud data models so you understand their purpose. Once you choose a Health Cloud data model, you can customize it by adding your own custom objects, fields, and automation, designing a data model that’s tailored to your organization’s unique needs.
To get a virtual tour of how people and businesses in healthcare can use Health Cloud, this module takes you through the healthcare journey of Charles Green, a patient who’s been suffering from lower back pain. Follow Charles’s healthcare journey, and see how it fits into each Health Cloud data model. Start by getting acquainted with Charles in the Household data model.
Explore the Household Data Model
The Health Cloud household data model represents the relationships between patients or members, and the people and businesses participating in their care. This flexible data model lets you manage connections among any combination of people and organizations. You can create relationships between contacts, accounts, and accounts and contacts. Creating these relationships makes it easier and more efficient for the care team to provide the appropriate care that the patient requires.
Here’s how the household data model represents the caregivers and organizations that support Charles Green’s healthcare journey. This includes Account Contact relationships, Contact-Contact relationships, and Account-Account relationships, all associated with Charles’s care.
|Individual or Company||Relationship Details||Type of Relationship Record|
|Julie Green||Julie is Charles’s wife.||Contact-Contact|
|Green Household||As Charles is the patient, he is the primary contact for the Green Household, and Julie is the secondary contact.||Account Contact|
|Get Cloudy Consulting||This is Charles’s employer.||Account Contact|
|Anna Jones||Anna Jones arranges rides to medical appointments for Charles as his transportation coordinator.||Contact-Contact|
|Patient Shuttle Transportation Co.||This is Anna’s employer.||Account Contact|
|Bloomington Health Plans||This is the payer. Shuttle transportation for patients is an insurance benefit covered by Bloomington Health Plans, and Patient Shuttle Transportation Co. is an approved provider of services.||Account-Account|
The Health Cloud household data model is flexible. You can customize and create relationships as needed. This process can seem straightforward, but it’s also very important. Getting the right details down from the start helps you work more efficiently as you, the patient, the care team, the payer team, the provider team, and all other stakeholders use Health Cloud.
This diagram shows how Charles’s relationships fit into the household data model in Health Cloud.
And here’s a look at the records, objects, and relationships in the household data model based on Charles’s relationships.
|Type of Record||Object Relationships|
|Role: Primary (AccountContactRelation)||Charles Green—Patient (Person Account)|
|Role: Primary (AccountContactRelation)||Green Household (Account)|
|Role: Secondary (AccountContactRelation)||Julie Green (Person Account)|
|Role: Secondary (AccountContactRelation)||Green Household (Account)|
|Role: Spouse (ContactContactRelation)||Charles Green—Patient (Person Account)|
|Role: Spouse (ContactContactRelation)||Julie Green (Person Account)|
|Role: Employer (AccountContactRelation)||Charles Green—Patient (Person Account)|
|Role: Employer (AccountContactRelation)||Get Cloudy Consulting—Company (Account)|
|Role: Provider (ContactContactRelation)||Charles Green—Patient (Person Account)|
|Role: Provider (ContactContactRelation)||Anna Jones— Transportation Coordinator (Contact)|
|Role: Employee (AccountContactRelation)||Anna Jones—Transportation Coordinator (Contact)|
|Role: Employee (AccountContactRelation)||Patient Shuttle— Transportation Co. (Account)|
|Role: Service (AccountAccountRelation)||Patient Shuttle— Transportation Co. (Account)|
|Role: Service (AccountAccountRelation)||Bloomington Health Plans (Payer) (Account)|
In this unit, you learned about the Health Cloud household data model. You also got acquainted with Charles Green’s household, the various caregivers and organizations that support his healthcare journey, and how these relationships fit into the household data model. In the next unit, you learn about the Health Cloud clinical data model and explore Charles’s care plan, which is focused on addressing his lower back pain.