Panel Discussion on Health Incentives

November 7, 2011

Boston QS organizer Michael Nagle gathers a panel of people in the social health space, and asks them: if not all behaviors can be incentivized, who are the users that succeed with your platform, and who are the users that fail? Dr. Joseph Kvedar of the Center for Connected Health, Rick Lee of Healthrageous, Jackie Thong of Ubiqi Health, and Paul Wicks of PatientsLikeMe take up the challenge. Watch the two-part panel discussion below. (Filmed at the Boston QS meetup.)

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