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Video: The Benefits of Behavioral Economics

Video | Healthcare Business Trends

Video: The Benefits of Behavioral Economics

David Asch, MD, executive director of the Penn Medicine Center for Healthcare Innovation, discusses how behavioral economics can help the healthcare industry enable health-oriented behavior.

David Asch, MD, executive director of the Penn Medicine Center for Healthcare Innovation, discusses how behavioral economics can help the healthcare industry enable health-oriented behavior in patients. 

      

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