Nashville-based Lirio, which uses behavioral psychology and artificial intelligence to develop a patient communications tool for health care providers, has named Amy Bucher as Vice President of Behavioral Design. Read more in this article by Nashville Post.
Lirio’s behavior change AI platform combines behavioral science and artificial intelligence to apply Lirio Precision Nudging™ technology to move people along their unique journey to better health. Similar to precision medicine’s individualized treatment plans, Lirio Precision Nudging™ allows Lirio to apply tailored behavioral science solutions to overcome patient-specific barriers to action. Every Precision Nudge is delivered at the right time and place to help drive scalable, sustained behavior change that enables providers to effectively engage and activate individuals within a population, optimizing care and treatment for everyone. For more information, visit .
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