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American Journal of Health Promotion blog
By StayWell CEO Dr. Paul Terry

In this month’s issue of The Art of Health Promotion we feature an article from Seth Serxner Ph.D., MPH, entitled: “A different approach to population health and behavior change: Moving from incentives to a motivation-based approach.”   Dr. Serxner describes a model for designing and implementing health promotion programs with a greater focus on the use of intrinsic reinforcements.   I was delighted to have Dr. Bonnie Spring, Professor in Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine join me in a “journal club” discussion about Seth’s article.  Now it is your turn to join in via this blog post. Read on.
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Please join Dr. Terry for a webinar on April 9, at 1:00 pm ET. He will host Dr. Seth Serxner, Chief Health Officer and Dr. Bonnie Spring. They will discuss an evidence-based approach to using incentives and together will field your questions and observations about how incentives are advancing and/or inhibiting progress in population health management. The panelists are contributors to the March/April 2013 issue of The Art of Health Promotion available here.

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