A randomized control trial in oral health on varying financial incentives and frequency of performance feedback for dental self-care

Funded Research Proposal

The burden of oral disease in the U.S. is high, and in need of novel approaches to improving preventive oral health behaviors. Almost half of U.S. adults have periodontal disease, while 92% of adults and 50% of children experience dental caries. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) put new emphasis on financial incentives in which financial rewards for patients and providers are linked to health decisions and outcomes.Read More

Designing Effective Financial Incentives with Start-up Technologies to Induce Long Term Health Improvements

Funded Research Proposal

Numerous technological devices are coming to market that permit for end-user but also remote tracking of health related choices (exercise, medication adherence, weight loss etc.). These devices are transformative as they can be used to inform firms and legislators on how to design financial and non-financial incentives to induce healthy choices.Read More