Articles by Chloe Feinberg
The Inextricable Link Between Health and Nutrition: How strategic design can change health behaviors
When it comes to promoting good nutrition, many innovators in the health space are starting to target people’s surrounding conditions rather than their individual behavior. Creating well-placed adjustments to an environment can unleash massive changes in people’s daily routine. By forming new habits through convenience instead of via force and enlightenment, design changes can help make health and nutrients available for all.
Over the past year, I have become increasingly familiar with new mobile health tools that are often not a healthcare delivery system in and of itself, but a driver within that system - increasing the knowledge, efficiency, evidence-base, user experience, and accessibility.
How do numerous stakeholders tap into and leverage the power of the social entrepreneur for social good? Ashoka’s answer is the Hybrid Value Chain. The most interesting aspect of the HVC model isn’t that they tend to work best when the market opportunity is $100 million or above. Rather it’s the "mutually beneficial" relationship that is created.