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The majority of consumers rate good patient experience as a very important component of interacting with a healthcare provider, and 45 percent also expect healthcare brands and providers to proactively contact them, at the right time and in the right context, to help improve wellness and care.

Multivariable logistic regressions were used to assess individual health behaviour change attempts over time, adjusted for age, sex, ethnicity, employment and education. Most behaviour change attempts were more common among women, younger adults and minority ethnic group participants. CONCLUSION: A substantial proportion of participants reported attempts to change health behaviours in the initial survey phase.

Perceiving ambiguity in health information—that is, uncertainty elicited from believing information lacks credibility, reliability, or adequacy—is typically associated with pessimistic appraisals (e.g., high perceived disease risk) and behavioral avoidance. We examined the effect of ambiguous health information about COVID-19 on health cognitions and vaccination intentions, and tested a “normalized-uncertainty” intervention.

Many small businesses would like their insurance providers to offer virtual care options, found a recent survey of small-business owners and health-insurance/employee-benefits decision-makers and employees conducted by Cigna + Oscar alliance, along with Insider Studios and first-party data and insights platform provider Dynata.

In fact, only 45% of small-business employees trust their health-insurance provider to stick up for them, as revealed by a recent survey of the small-business community conducted by Cigna + Oscar alliance, along with Insider Studios and first-party data and insights platform provider Dynata.

We know from research conducted by Dynata for our book Belonging, that people who have been diagnosed with mental illness at work are subject to bias, harassment and inappropriate behaviour to a greater extent than the workforce in general.

By: Jackie Lorch Vice President of Global Knowledge Management Social, economic and health restrictions and lockdowns have changed so many facets of our daily lives, from how we consume entertainment to where we work and shop. Our Global Consumer Trends COVID-19 Edition: The New Normal explored many of these changes, including the advance of telemedicine…