"Nudges" have become a popular tool as governments, nonprofits, and large corporations use insights from academia to change behavior in the real world. This session will translate this literature to practical healthcare applications. Health Information professionals will learn an evidence-based toolkit, that will enable them to leverage behavioral science, in order to "nudge" patients and clinicians to provide better health data. The Nudge Toolkit contains five tools: Identifiability (using names and photos to create accountability), Defaults (changing the choice context), Consistency (tapping into identity), Social Comparisons (using peer norming to spark action), and Active Choice (introducing a new choice where one did not exist). Applications range from clinician-facing EHR design to patient-facing web and mobile apps. The Nudge Toolkit is useful for anyone who needs excellent clinical data – from quality improvement, PROMs, team-based care, payer reporting, and patient safety management.