Lirio, the leading behavior change AI company that uses Precision Nudging™ to move as many people as possible towards better health, today announced the launch of a new COVID-19 Vaccination Journey. In a related announcement, the company said it will work with Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System (FMOLHS) to encourage COVID 19 vaccine acceptance among its patient population.
Chief Operating Officer Marten den Haring describes how Lirio uses “the combined power of behavioral science and machine learning to produce better health outcomes” in this Nashville Post profile.
Learn how behavior change AI, such as Lirio’s Precision Nudging approach, helps health systems incorporate SDOH into population health strategies.
How to Connect with Patients as Individuals: 10 Behavioral Biases Healthcare Systems Should Know [eBook]
Understanding how cognitive bias influences healthcare behaviors can enable those charged with improving population health to drive positive healthcare behavior change. This ebook provides a quick overview on how cognitive biases hold a key to encouraging healthy...
COVID-19 vaccine rollout programs can serve as a galvanizing event for health equity initiatives because widespread vaccination is required for ending the pandemic.
As the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more widely available, getting as many patients vaccinated as quickly as possible, so that the country can reach herd immunity, is healthcare's newest pandemic challenge. Learn more about how Lirio can address vaccine hesitancy for your...
Accelerating adoption of the COVID-19 vaccine among high-risk and hesitant populations must start with an understanding of the factors that get in the way.
Lirio Achieves HITRUST CSF® Certification to Further Mitigate Risk in Third-Party Privacy, Security, and Compliance
Lirio, the world leader in Precision Nudging, today announced it has earned Certified status for information security by HITRUST.
Lirio names Cambrey Little as Chief Growth Officer and continues growth of Nashville office.
There have long been concerns around bias in machine learning (ML) models that interact with or impact people. The recent firing of Timnit Gebru, a prominent AI ethics researcher at Google, has brought even more attention to the important topic of bias in AI. Bias has...