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Take a look at CHIBE’s publications, which are helping advance the science of using behavioral economics to improve health and leading to discoveries around how our minds work.

Incentives To Promote Accessing HIV Care and Viral Suppression Among HIV Self-Screening Test Users Who Obtain a Reactive Result

November 8, 2022
Tiffany Yuh, Tuhina Srivastava, Danielle Fiore, Harald Schmidt, Ian Frank, David Metzger, Florence Momplaisir

Public Attitudes About Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation: A Randomised Experiment of Race-Based Versus Novel Place-Based Frames

BMJ Journal of Medical Ethics
August 4, 2022
Harald Schmidt, Sonia Jawaid Shaikh, Emily Sadecki, Alison Buttenheim, Sarah Gollust

Integrating Art Adherence Support Technologies in the Care of Pregnant and Postpartum People With HIV: A Qualitative Study

Implementation Science Communications
August 2, 2022
Sara Rendell, Harald Schmidt, Rebecca Neergaard, Hervette Nkwihoreze, Zoe Barbati, William R. Short, Aadia I. Rana, Anandi N. Sheth, Rachel K. Scott, Sonia Sethi, Florence M. Momplaisir

Use of Adherence Monitoring in Drug Contracts Tied to Outcomes: Put Patients First

March 10, 2022
Theodore Bartholomew, Huseyin Naci, Emma Robertson, Harald Schmidt

Financial incentives for breast cancer screening undermine informed choice

January 11, 2022
Bartholomew T, Colleoni M, Schmidt H.

US adults’ preferences for race-based and place-based prioritization for COVID-19 vaccines

January 1, 2022
Schmidt H, Shaikh SJ, Sadecki E, Gollust S

Equitable allocation of COVID-19 vaccines in the United States

Nature Medicine
May 17, 2021
Harald Schmidt, Rebecca Weintraub, Michelle A. Williams, Kate Miller, Alison Buttenheim, Emily Sadecki, Helen Wu, Aditi Doiphode, Neha Nagpal, Lawrence O. Gostin & Angela A. Shen

Is it ethical to incentivize mammography screening in medicaid populations?- A policy review and conceptual analysis

Preventive Medicine Reports
March 24, 2021
Dinh CT, Bartholomew T, Schmidt H.

Equitable Allocation of COVID-19 Vaccines: An Analysis of the Initial Allocation Plans of CDC’s Jurisdictions with Implications for Disparate Impact Monitoring

December 3, 2020
Harald Schmidt, Rebecca Weintraub, Michelle A. Williams, Alison Buttenheim, Emily Sadecki, Helen Wu, Aditi Doiphode, Lawrence O. Gostin, Angela A. Shen

Personal responsibility for health: conceptual clarity, and fairness in policy and practice

October 15, 2019
Harald Schmidt, PhD, MA

Should Employers Be Permitted not to Hire Smokers? A Review of US Legal Provisions

International Journal of Health Policy and Management
March 15, 2017
Patel RR, Schmidt H., PhD

Conflicts of Interest for Patient-Advocacy Organizations

New England Journal of Medicine
March 2, 2017
Matthew S. McCoy, Ph.D.; Michael Carniol, M.B.A.; Katherine Chockley, B.A.; John W. Urwin, B.S.; Ezekiel J. Emanuel, M.D., Ph.D.; and Harald Schmidt, Ph.D.

Levers for addressing medical underuse and overuse: achieving high-value health care

The Lancet
January 8, 2017
Adam G. Elshaug, Ph.D.; Meredith B. Rosenthal, Ph.D.; John N. Lavis, M.D.; Shannon Brownlee, M.Sc.; Harald Schmidt, Ph.D.; Somil Nagpal, MHA; Peter Littlejohns, M.D.; Divya Srivastava, Ph.D.; Sean Tunis, M.D.; Vikas Saini, M.D.

mHealth for Tuberculosis Treatment Adherence: A Framework to Guide Ethical Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation

Global Health, Science and Practice
June 20, 2016
Michael J. DiStefano, M.B.E.; Harald T. Schmidt, M.A., Ph.D.

The Ethics of Incentivizing Mammography Screening

September 8, 2015
Harald T. Schmidt, M.A., Ph.D.

Lowering Medical Costs Through the Sharing of Savings by Physicians and Patients: Inclusive Shared Savings

JAMA Internal Medicine
December 1, 2014
Harald T. Schmidt, M.A., Ph.D.; Ezekiel J. Emanuel, M.D., Ph.D.