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Chad Stecher is an assistant professor of health economics. His research focuses on topics in behavioral health economics, utilizing econometric techniques from social network analysis, machine learning, and behavioral economics to study patients' and physicians' behaviors. Currently, he is examining the role of physician peers in the adoption of new treatments and the de-adoption of recalled medications, as well as developing data-driven models of habit formation to examine the role of behavioral automaticity in sustaining high medication adherence and other long-term health behaviors.
Ph.D. University of California-Los Angeles