New controversies abound in America, but one that has persisted over time, even after being scientifically debunked over and over again, is the vaccine controversy. This post shows how behavioral economic concepts and decision theory play a role in what’s often referred to as “vaccine-hesitancy.”
Eliza’s thought leaders weigh in on the latest developments from Eliza, our clients, and the healthcare industry at large.
There are ways to stay happy and relatively stress-free during this time of year and beyond! Here are a few ideas to help you start radiating a sense of joy that will spread to those around you.
Eliza’s ‘Walk the Talk’ wellness team recently kicked off its ongoing partnership and sponsorship with Special Olympics Massachusetts for 2018. During the standing-room-only launch event, Eliza employees heard about Special Olympics’ mission from its regional representatives and from inspiring keynote speaker/athlete Melissa Reilly.
Here are some quickly-deployable Eliza health plan member engagement solutions that can reduce costs and improve outcomes and the member experience.
The impact of Eliza health engagement management’s contribution to member health has become clearer and more immediate in the weeks leading up to and during a series of powerful hurricanes.
When done right, an effective welcome and onboarding strategy will have a positive effect on member retention. Read these five how-to tips.
May is Mental Health Month and since psychiatric conditions affect one in every five U.S. adults and teenagers, every opportunity to build awareness and reduce the stigma that still surrounds them can be helpful.
Dr. Bob Nease is an Eliza Engage Blog guest writer, keynote speaker at Outcomes2017, chief scientist emeritus at ESI and author of “The Power of Fifty Bits: The New Science of Turning Good Intentions into Positive Results”
Our latest blog on 'Cultural Intelligence' and its impact on engagement includes access to an Eliza case study recently published by POPULATION HEALTH NEWS on 'Overcoming cultural barriers in a Hispanic Medicaid population'.
Spring is a great time to renew your goals and rejuvenate your motivation to get healthy in 2017.