Diabetes is associated with significant long-term costs for both patients and health systems. Regular primary care visits aligned with American Diabetes Association guidelines could help mitigate those costs while generating near-term revenue for health systems. Digital interventions prompting primary care visits among unengaged patients could provide significant economic value back to the health system as well as individual patients, but only few economic models have been put forth to understand this value. Lirio’s model has been published in JMIR Formative.
Your patients face a host of both external and internal barriers that keep them from scheduling and showing up for mammogram appointments — barriers that can change unexpectedly. To help healthcare organizations increase women’s health screenings, Lirio offers a Precision Nudging™ solution that moves patients to schedule and attend mammogram appointments.
From lack of transportation to fear of what the visit might indicate in terms of their health outcomes, the reasons why well visits aren’t being used as the effective tool for disease prevention and management they could be are widespread. Discover how digital tools, such as Lirio’s Precision Nudging solution, work in service to primary care to improve well visit adoption.
New Article in Peer-Reviewed Journal Spotlights Lirio’s Approach to Behavioral Design and Its Ability to Impact Underserved Communities
A new article published in Frontiers in Digital Health, the leading open access publication covering digital health and human factors, highlights a novel approach to personalized behavioral interventions that addresses historically underserved populations.
Behavioral interventions targeting vaccine adoption, which we designed for a Louisiana health system, have implications for any behavioral intervention aimed at improving and sustaining health behaviors. I recently had the opportunity to share the lessons we learned at a meeting of the Virginia chapter of HIMSS.