Change for Good
by understanding the psychology behind health behavior

Change for Good
by empowering people to play an active role in their own health

Change for Good
by improving outcomes, including adherence and wider health behaviors

We see the person beyond the patient

Adopting healthy behaviors can be difficult without the right skills, confidence and motivation.

Our evidence-based approach to designing personalized behavior change solutions targets each individual’s needs, health beliefs and behavior challenges.

Based on their unique profile, we engage them with the right support at the right time, empowering people to overcome the practical and emotional challenges of living with a long-term health condition.

A fully collaborative approach

To create Change for Good, we collaborate with healthcare and life sciences organizations and with people living with long-term health conditions.

For over 25 years, we have co-designed engaging and evidence-based behavior change solutions that blend health psychology expertise and proprietary data-driven personalization technologies. 

Together, we empower people to overcome key challenges at each stage of the health journey. We deliver valued services and support that complements their medical care experience and improves health outcomes. 

We're there at every stage on the health journey

At each stage, people living with a long-term condition face challenges that they can overcome more easily with personalized support and services designed to motivate positive treatment and lifestyle behaviors.



Custom and configurable solutions to help people recognize symptoms or signs that need healthcare professional input, and that motivate the adoption of preventive health behaviors.



Evidence-based tools and specialized training to guide effective doctor-patient dialogue and support shared healthcare decision-making in response to a new diagnosis, disease progression, or when considering new treatment options.

Treatment initiation


Tailored services and added support for treatment reimbursement processes, delivery of prescribed medications, and related training needs to provide a seamless experience for patients and healthcare professionals.

Illness self-management


Highly personalized, multichannel support programs designed to build skills, confidence and motivation to manage the practical and emotional impact of living with long-term conditions.

For more details and results from Atlantis Health's behavior change solutions, contact us for case studies relevant to your needs. You can also review our peer-reviewed publications

We engage people to deliver better outcomes

Through both in-house and global partner capabilities, we provide behavior change solutions around the world through a wide array of engagement channels and platforms. Our capabilities range from at-home and telephone-based support from skilled health coaches to individually tailored and timely digital experiences. 

We constantly assess and evolve our personalization algorithms and proprietary data-driven technologies to deliver highly relevant, engaging and scalable solutions. As a result, satisfaction and retention rates among people who experience our solutions are consistently high.

News and publications

Our latest health psychology-based insights as well as published results of solutions we've designed to address specific health behavior change challenges.

Press release: Atlantis Health Report Reveals How to Increase PSP Enrollments

Atlantis Health officially released a new Rare Disease Support Report, whic…

Evidence for Change: Effective Medication Adherence Strategies

Dr. Kate Perry summarizes a research review looking at effective strategies…

Rare Disease in Focus part 2: Understanding and supporting the caregiver experience

Atlantis Health conducted a global research project to explore the experien…

We work with the world’s leading healthcare
companies at the global and local level

We've partnered with like-minded clients to create personalized behavior change solutions that empower people with long-term conditions in over 30 countries.