Chief Science Officer
If we want participation and adherence in health and wellness programs, it’s time to stop assuming we can speak to every member the same way and have success.
In this episode you'll learn what's wrong with the way most health management teams measure success, and how to fix it before it hurts engagement in your programs.
When it comes to health and sustaining behavior change, traditional incentives may not have the results you were hoping for.
We look at the science of motivation and behavior change and how the wrong incentives can be counterproductive to the goal of increasing member engagement for the long term.
This post reviews the findings of a recent study that analyzes the behavioral stage of mHealth app users and implications for ongoing engagement.
Listen in as Phil welcomes back in “the professors,” Dr. Steve Feyrer-Melk and Matt Essex to talk through the many pitfalls of the traditional outreach and enrollment models in health management programs.
Zoom video communications plus Nudge in-app messaging, a combination that humanizes remote coaching and optimizes efficiency.
Behavioral science is not being factored into population health management efforts, and that's costing us millions of missed opportunities.
What went wrong? Dr. Steve Feyrer-Melk reacts to a mobile health app that failed to gain adoption in this recent trial...