Lirio, The Behavior Change Company, welcomes Chandra Osborn as new Chief Behavioral Officer, paving the way for advanced developments in behavioral analysis and communication. Chandra is highly skilled and respected in behavioral science, having worked tirelessly to expand behavioral research and analysis in both the public and private sectors.
Lirio gained a combined 60 years of technology experience in Q3, 2018. Lirio is rapidly expanding in its mission to help utility and healthcare clients motivate their contacts to adopt better, healthier behavior at a mass scale.
Lirio is thrilled to be a part of the speaking lineup at ACEEE 2018 Conference on Health, Environment, and Energy in New Orleans December 3-5!
Lirio announced today that Patrick Carlton, an account director with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, has joined Lirio.
Machine learning expert Chris Symons, Ph.D., joins Lirio after 15 years of leadership experience at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
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.
Lirio enters a strategic alliance with Rochester Regional Health to optimize communication between healthcare organizations and the patients they serve.
Douglas D. Hawthorne of Texas Health Resources has officially joined Lirio’s Board of Directors. Mr. Hawthorne’s expertise will help further Lirio’s growing efforts in the healthcare sector, where Hawthorne has been recognized for his commitment to diversity, community service, and philanthropy.
Congratulations to Professor Richard H. Thaler for winning the 2017 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science! The Nobel committee recognized Thaler’s theories of mental accounting, loss aversion, his planner-doer self-control model, and “nudging,” to name a few.