Machine learning expert Chris Symons, Ph.D., joins Lirio after 15 years of leadership experience at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Halloween is not the only time of year most people wear masks. Learn about bias #176: Impostor Syndrome. Have no fear—Lirio is here to help!
Bias #6: Cognitive fluency is the ease with which our brains process information. It may have helped O.J. Simpson walk. It can also help you communicate better.
We learned through feedback that there are some simple reasons why a woman might avoid her mammogram. Here are some of the best ways to change her mind.
Bias #24: Loss aversion happens because people would rather avoid a loss than gain an equivalent reward. Here’s how you can use it to help your audience…
Lirio captured feedback from women ages 40 and up about why they chose not to schedule a mammogram. The results revealed some unexpected insights.
In our debut bias brief, we explain how social proof draws its power from uncertainty. See an example of social proof in action and learn some ways you can use it to change behavior.
Our name may be new, but Lirio has a history of applying behavioral archetypes (or personas) at scale to drive behavior change and improve outcomes. In fact, we have been working to perfect our behavioral segmentation and engagement solution for almost eight years!
Canary Health Partners with Lirio to Leverage Machine Learning to Motivate Action in Those with Chronic Illness
Lirio Health—the platform using behavioral science to help healthcare organizations motivate patients to adopt and sustain healthy habits—has partnered with Canary Health® to improve outcomes for people with chronic illness.
It’s July, and as America celebrates our nation’s independence, Lirio—the leading communication tech company in behavioral science—celebrates the official union of its industry-specialized solutions under the Lirio name.