How Behavioral Economics Can Help Cure the Health Care Crisis

This post was co-authored with Bret Schroeder and Tom Weakland and is also posted at HBR at

Noncompliance with medical advice is one reason the U.S. health care is so costly. Yet it has received only cursory attention in the national health care debate — undoubtedly because politicians don’t want to risk offending their constituents.

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