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Behavioral Economics, Clinicians and the Patient Experience

Wednesday | September 22, 2021

11:30 AM

In the battle against the ‘silent killer’ of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), the science of behavioral economics is a proven foundation for a patient-focused approach to slow CKD progression. In this engaging session, our panelists will share case studies and the behavioral science used to engage providers and improve CKD patient outcomes at Mount Sinai. 

  • Apply the science of behavioral economics to the patient experience 

  • Drive physician behavior change to support new diagnostics and patient engagement tools 

  • Recognize opportunities within the patient population to improve outcomes using behavioral economics


Karen Horgan

Steve Coca, Associate Professor of Medicine, ICAHN School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Moderator 1


Grand Ballroom A

Education Credits Available

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