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How behavioral science is instrumental to building the right solutions for patients
September 16, 2020 Kathleen Ryan

At S3 Connected Health, we’re lucky to have some of the brightest minds in the business. Their vast range of expertise allows us to...

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Designing digital health solutions that drive adoption
January 2, 2020 Peter Myler

‘If any digital health solution is to have an impact, adoption by its intended end users is critical. Securing adoption might sound...

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Rethinking adherence programs
January 29, 2019 Sean Gill

Article published by Sean Gill, Principal Behavioral Scientist, S3 Connected Health on PharmaPhorum on 22 January 2019.

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Using technology to bridge the gap between intention and behavior
January 9, 2019 Simona Nucera

Article published by Mary Caffrey on AJMC on 24 December 2018

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Enabling patient self-management in patient support programs
June 13, 2018 Simona Nucera

Self-management has the potential to improve the lives of patients living with chronic conditions dramatically. However, to...

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Patient adherence and human nature
April 16, 2018 Jim O'Donoghue

Published in PharmExec on 16th April 2018

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Shifting expectations: Engaging patients will always be a moving target
April 9, 2018 Simona Nucera

Patients’ expectations about engaging with their treatment and care are changing. Not only do patients expect improved healthcare...

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For patient support programs, activation is important but engagement is key
April 8, 2018 Simona Nucera

The terms activation and engagement are often used synonymously. However, if patient support services are to truly enable patients to...

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What are DBCIs, and can they improve patient engagement and adherence?
October 22, 2017 Simona Nucera

Advances in digital technology along with our improved understanding of behavior change have created new, much more effective modes of...

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Getting your head around behavior change
July 17, 2017 William Lyons

As the focus moves from rhetoric around ‘Patient First’ and ‘Patient Centricity’, towards actionable programs and tools to engage and...

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