Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics News Archive

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Employee Exercise Increases with Competition and Financial Incentives

Source: Live Science, Penn Medicine News, July 15, 2016

A new CHIBE research study published in American Journal of Health Promotion found that comparing performance to average peers and offering financial incentives was the most effective method for increasing physical activity among teams of employees. "Many employers are using workplace competitions and financial incentives to encourage physical activity and other healthy behaviors among their employees," says Mitesh Patel, MD, MBA, MS, lead author of the study. The research team's findings demonstrate that these efforts can be successful when behavioral economics principles are applied.


What Health Systems Can Learn From the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, August 21, 2014

A Philadelphia Inquirer article authored by David Asch, Roy Rosin and Raina Merchant reflects on why the ALS ice bucket challenge went viral and what health systems working on topics ranging from vaccinations and colorectal screening can learn from the campaign.


"Insourcing" Innovation to Transform Health Care

Source: Penn Medicine News, May 8, 2014

 In a Perspective piece published in the May 8 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine, David Asch, Christian Terwiesch, Kevin Mahoney and Roy Rosin discuss the concept of "insourcing" and suggest a four-stage design process which, when adopted internally, may help organizations implement more efficient health care delivery solutions.