Collaboration with clinicians should go beyond a roadmap and rubber stamp. Digital health users require more care than engagement metrics. Effective mental health tech can only come from true transdisciplinary collaboration among clinicians, patients, product and tech teams.
The demand for mental health care is much bigger than the supply; we need to do better than simple accessibility, because you can't scale a shortage. As clinicians and former patients, we're familiar with the pain points on both sides and have ideas that go beyond telehealth.
Most (nearly all) digital therapeutics focus on direct to consumer solutions or completely ignore the burdens of the clinician as well as how therapy works. Our solutions incorporate crucial aspects of therapy and provide real time feedback for clinicians and patients.
Digital therapeutics are archaic skeuomorphisms of an already archaic form of therapy. Our solutions focus on the mechanisms and function of behavior change rather than the form of therapy.
We take advantage of digital techniques to augment treatment rather than forcing an evidence-based treatment into a incompatible method. Most digital therapeutics are inflexible with research or real-life clinical practice. The flexible nature of our approach is designed for next-gen mental health care.