Even the best chronic disease programs consistently struggle with the same challenge - sustaining behavior change.
If America has already struggled to make a dent in the relentless growth of chronic disease costs, how will we fare against new COVID headwinds? Especially as patients navigate a sea of new technology? And adapt to disrupted routines?
Nir Eyal encourages us to look at this systemic problem from a fresh perspective—behavior change, and how to build evergreen systems to sustain it. Nir is the author of WSJ best selling books, Hooked and Indistractible which have collectively sold more than 300,000 copies worldwide. From authoring columns at the New York Times, to coaching executives at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and School of Design, Nir draws from his diverse background to push the envelope on his life’s work—psychology, technology, and business.
In this webinar, Nir Eyal, Welltok and Virta will cover:
Business Strategy: Insights for CEOs on driving sustainable consumer behavior change in chronic disease patients in a COVID setting
Consumer Engagement: Guidance on driving health solution engagement in the post-COVID world
Real World Examples: Case studies on leveraging behavior change for chronic disease patients
Register for the webinar
Tuesday, August 11
7–8 am PT / 10–11 am ET
New Rules for Driving Behavior Change
Featuring Bestselling Author Nir Eyal
This webinar will feature the following panelists:
WSJ Best Selling Author of Hooked and Indistractable