A medical device for mental health and addiction care
Workplace Academic Clinical
Addressing mental health concerns increases productivity and engagement, decreases absenteeism, disability and workplace conflict. Addressing these concerns has been shown to have a 10:1 ROI for all stakeholders.
20% of the student body has a severe mental condition (WHO 2004). Few are treated, The rest fall through the cracks (Kauffman, 2005). Screening, assessment, referral and treatment will give them their childhood back.
Systematically quantifying social, emotional and behavioral metrics before the visit and monitoring outcomes longitudinally, helps clinicians make smarter diagnoses and more effective treatment decisions.
Our assessment, care-co-ordination and remote monitoring tools augment clinician skills, in order to improve the mental health experience for all.
In the last 25 years, we've seen a lot of pain. In that time, it has become very clear that we can't "doctor" our way out of the mental health care crisis. The only sustainable way to mitigate the suffering is human-centred technology.
Join the e-health revolution
Mental Health is the weakest link in the health care chain.
Opioid crisis, teen suicide, homelessness:
No one has the data with which to answer these big questions
Forbes Jan 2017
Software as a medical device
Securely linking all stakeholder communities, helps them learn from and support each other.
Intuitive graphs, dashboards, analytics and reports promote data-driven care which decreases health costs.
Physicians, counsellors, patients, nurses, administrators all on the same screen. Wow!
Who needs to measure mental health?
schools, colleges and universities
hr/ employers/ insurance
physicians / nurses/ clinics
hospitals/ jails/ police/ military
Integrate with wearables, sensors, Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things.