Learn more about the use of mHealth technology
in the mental health space
Peter Hagelund talks about his experience of getting the wrong diagnosis and how finally after six years he got the right diagnosis and treatment.
Getting started with mHealth technology for mental health can seem like a daunting process even though it has proven to bring many benefits to medical practice such as improving medication adherence, increase patient engagement and improve health outcomes in a cost-efficient way.
MHealth solutions can improve health outcomes in a cost-efficient and scalable way. They assist medical professionals with management and documentation of complete records to improve productivity, communicate findings, and allow access to information.
There are now 318,000 mHealth apps available in the market, that number has nearly doubled since 2015 driven by increased smartphone adoption and ongoing heavy investment in the digital health market.
Over the past few years, mHealth solutions have begun to solve some of the problems that are ailing healthcare. MHealth is paving the way for better data management, doctor-patient communication, reduced hospital admissions, medication adherence, and remote patient monitoring.
Big data in treating mental disorders explains how data is transforming the treatment of mental disorders and the overall life science industry. Monsenso’s mHealth solution shows how technology provides new ways to inform treatment and achieve scalability. This is a blog post written by Mads Frost PhD, Co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Monsenso.
Swedish Psychiatrist Kristoffer Södersten shares his experience using the Monsenso clinic to help treat his clients, and talks about how mobile health has helped him improve delivering psychiatric treatment.
In 1998, the Quality Chasm series was launched by the Institute of Medicine which included an informative report about delivering high quality healthcare. The report was entitled “Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century”.The...
The U.S Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HiMSS) released a report titled “Leveraging mobile technology to reduce hospital readmissions.” According to the Centres for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Medicare has been overwhelmed with...
Telehealth for mental healthcare makes a lot of sense since mental health care is generally harder to access than other health services, due to a shortage of qualified mental health providers and coverage limits.