In this interview Dan Ariely and Ada Lê talk about the biggest psychological barriers in today’s healthcare system.
Do wearables really work to help us make positive behavior changes?
Defaults are all around us - from Netflix to Amazon. They can also be used to in healthcare, to prevent health problems and to improve treatment success.
How can we use behavioral science to reduce over-prescription of antibiotics and improve doctor prescription decisions overall?
How can we help patients make their appointments to get the care they need faster?
Drawing on insights from behavioral science, we provide 5 strategies to help us shift from reactive to preventative health practices.
Increasing the adoption of new and proven healthcare treatments by overcoming the emotional barriers of fear and disgust.
We explore ways in which workplaces can foster meaningful social connections to combat the prevalent issue of workplace loneliness.
We delve into the research that explores how we can assist individuals in integrating lifestyle and wellness changes into their healthcare plans.
Patients are often dealing with comorbidities. How can we encourage healthcare providers to address patients’ health conditions more holistically?
How can we improve patient-physician trust? Should our approach differ based on patient demographic?
A patient’s social circle can have a strong influence on a patient’s decision making. How can we help patients incorporate these additional perspectives?
How can choice presentation help physicians make better treatment decisions?