Behavioral health cases are among the leading causes of lost time and productivity for employers. Dr. Kessler will present relevant highlights from his extensive research on workplace interventions and the link between behavioral health and productivity.
Why does the buzz around behavioral economics persist? Behavioral economics explains how psychological and economic factors jointly determine people's choices. In this webinar, Dr. Laibson explores how such self-defeating behavior can be reduced with inexpensive and scalable interventions.
Reforming healthcare requires rethinking the way chronic conditions are managed. It demands a shift from a focus on sickness care, to a whole-person approach, to care management. In this exclusive thought leadership webinar, Dr. Nash provides an overview of population health management and its real-world applications.