The Monsenso digital health solution provides researchers with an ideal platform that collects valuable health-related data. Researchers worldwide use the solution to gather, analyse, and interpret behavioural data to support their research.
Monsenso can be configured for specific research purpose to collect different types of data:
All data is collected through the individuals’ smartphones, whether online or offline and can be viewed by the research team through the web portal.
By monitoring patients remotely, you can reach larger trial groups, increase engagement and reduce drop out.
Collect customised self-reported data and sensor data from smartphones and wearables electronically.
Electronic data collection improves data accuracy by allowing the information to be captured and shared instantly.
Use electronic data to elaborate pattern analysis, correlation analysis, and to gain more insight into a patient’s mental health.
As a European, research-based SME, Monsenso participates in numerous research projects. We partner with both pharmaceuticals, MedTech companies and research institutions.
Monsenso is joining forces with many outstanding research partners in funding applications targeted at a range of mental disorders.
New R&D efforts will continue at an intensified pace and will focus on:
The Monsenso digital health solution is originally based on the MONARCA research project in bipolar disorder (2009 to 2013) funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Program. After the MONARCA project had come to an end, Monsenso A/S was founded as a spin-out of the IT University of Copenhagen. The system was adapted and is now utilised to support a wide range of mental disorders.
Monsenso is involved in numerous research projects with international partners:
The Monsenso digital health solution has been technically and clinically validated in clinical evaluation studies and randomised clinical trials.