Motivating Patients to Get Screened for Cervical Cancer
As variability in care and US healthcare expenditures reach epidemic levels, providers and consumers move to the front lines of change.
This article examines the growing worldwide health crisis of diabetes and how current methods of addressing it are not enough. Treatment can be influenced by patient behavior and social determinants, requiring a new approach focused on behavioral science and activating patients to engage with their care and make lasting changes.
Recent research shines a spotlight on the value and subsequent impact of preparatory engagement with patients, prior to undergoing procedures.