Let’s face it. Traditional approaches focus too much on health care and not enough on health—too much on information and not enough on inspiring action.
At RedBrick we take a different approach: crossing emerging behavioral models with adaptive technologies to create compelling and effective consumer experiences.
We use what works, from both inside and outside of health care.
According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, or CMS, the cost of healthcare exceeds $3 trillion annually in the United States.1
If you stacked one dollar bills on top of each other, $3 trillion would nearly reach the moon.
The Center for Disease Control, or CDC, estimates that over 85% of these costs result from chronic conditions that are associated with poor health behaviors.3
At RedBrick, we’re obsessed with finding new ways to truly engage consumers.
While there’s no magic bullet, there is a winning formula. A strong, simple consumer experience and great content combined with compelling and targeted communications, choice architecture, smartly designed rewards, social network integration and data analytics.
RedBrick Health gets 3x better engagement versus industry norms.1
1 RedBrick Health book-of-business engagement results through 9/30/2014
2014 Towers Watson Report – The Business Value of a Healthy Workplace. 2013/2014 Staying@Work™ Survey Report
It’s not about personalization, or mobile access, or social networking, or incentives, or reminders.
It’s about all of that. But more importantly, it’s about blending choice with small steps, just-in-time reminders and natural social support. It’s about human help when you need it, blending high touch with high tech.
Habits happen. We form them early and do them often.
Traditional programs often forget about the power of habits and make classic mistakes. Mistakes like assuming information automatically leads to action. Like setting big, abstract goals or blaming failure on lack of willpower. Like assuming one delivery mode works for all, or forgetting to trigger desired behaviors.
Information adapted from B.J. Fogg, Stanford University, "Top 10 Mistakes in Behavior Change," http://www.slideshare.net/captology/stanford-6401325
We apply the latest models in behavior change and behavioral economics to help people form new habits and shake old ones across the continuum of health and condition management.
By harnessing the very latest in technology – mobile, social, and big data – we create products that are simple, accessible and personalized in powerful new ways.
Designing for the consumer means creating experiences that are purpose-built to be simple, fun, engaging and fresh, delivered across media and modalities.
Carrot or stick? Cash or premium reduction? Incentive or raffle? At RedBrick, we know healthy rewards.
We’ve integrated the latest in behavioral economics with broad-based, real-world experience to deliver incentive management capabilities and evidence-based models that are unrivaled in both simplicity and sophistication.
Tailored for each population and culture, our reward models can help you boost engagement.
The RedBrick Health Behavior Change System
Until now you’ve had to choose between a traditional, comprehensive health and wellness vendor, or an innovator with cool technology and a single component solution.
Now you can have both. RedBrick offers a comprehensive, cutting-edge solution with interlocking components that you can deploy singly, in combination, or as entire system.
Our platform is open. Plug in your own components, or take advantage of the growing array of apps and devices we’ve certified as RedBrick Ready.
Getting more people meaningfully engaged can help you achieve better results, faster. Our results come in many forms – reduced healthcare costs are one of them. Recent research conducted across our large employer book of business1 found:
Valerie remembers the day she decided to change her life and take control of her health. By using the support and resources provided by RedBrick Health, she was able to lose 40 pounds and turn her health around. And it all started with one small step.
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Making it easy to know your numbers.
Personal support for those who need an extra nudge.
Person-to-person support within a behavior change framework.
This isn’t your father’s approach to wellness.
Health doesn’t happen in one dimension.
The right information + the right behavior design = smarter shopping.
Health doesn’t happen in one dimension.
Your goals. Your programs. Your engagement hub.
More choice. More convenience. BYO data.
Putting your rewards to work for you.
Cut through the clutter. Trigger desired behavior.
Business intelligence that drives a healthier population.