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Obesity Interventions: Looking Ahead

Experts in weight management share their optimism — and pessimism — about tackling obesity over the next decade.

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Making the Right Choice the Easy Choice

Examples from inside and outside health care on changing the environment so that if people take no action at all, the right thing — the healthy thing — still happens.

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Leveling the Clinician-Patient Playing Field

Concrete examples of leveling the playing field between clinicians and patients to enable shared decision-making.

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Improving Hospitalist Patient Experience Scores: The Importance of Physician-to-Physician Coaching and Medical Director Engagement

With the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services incorporating patient experience into Value-Based Purchasing metrics, hospital leaders must focus on improving this important aspect of patient care.

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Shifting Social Norms to Reduce the Obesity Epidemic

A look at environment changes that could help reduce the obesity epidemic in the United States.

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“My Body, My Decision”: Not So Easy

How can health care providers and patients improve the shared decision-making process so that the patient’s voice is truly heard?

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Toward Better Health: Choice Architecture vs. Self-Discipline

When should clinicians and health systems promote hard work to achieve health versus looking for ways that could make healthy behaviors easier?

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Seeing This Patient, not Patients Like This

In shared decision-making — where the patient is the boss — understanding a patient’s situation in high definition leads to understanding which aspect of that situation demands action.

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Behavior Change Basics: Simplicity to Self-Compassion

Four principles and practices to keep in mind when trying to help patients lose weight, become more active, or become healthier in general.

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Opening Up to Patient Innovation

Next-gen innovations — by new stakeholders — will need a next-gen regulatory system, and clinicians willing to adapt.

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