Adherence is one of the biggest challenges to improving mental health once an individual is in therapy. While patients may walk out the door or end a video conference call knowing their next steps for practicing certain skills, following a diet, or implementing a lifestyle change, remembering to do their homework can be difficult. It’s especially hard work when depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions are known to cause forgetfulness.
Welcome to our blog
We all have our own healthcare story - whether managing a chronic condition or helping a loved one navigate an illness. It’s often during this journey that you experience firsthand how difficult it is to gain access to the health data and information that give patients and caregivers a full picture of one's health.
Serenity, a behavioral health platform for clinicians and care teams is now available for early access
Today, the Serenity team is proud to share the Serenity behavioral health platform is available to clinicians and care teams for early access. Serenity empowers clinicians to build, deploy and measure clinical materials with speed and at scale, giving them a powerful tool to gain deeper visibility into a patient’s therapeutic journey.
Virtual care took a dramatic turn in 2020. A global pandemic limited patient access to many health care providers and the world turned to telemedicine as its alternative. Now, mental health providers and individual clinicians are looking for new ways to help the growing number of those in need of care. When there's a crisis, how do individual clinicians squeeze in the time to see patients and monitor progress?
Mental health in the modern world
The behavioral health care landscape has changed dramatically in the last 12 months as the spotlight has shone brighter on mental health and its impact across society.
Today, I’m excited to share that doc.ai has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place.
Passport by doc.ai is now available to Ignyte’s more than one million customers as part of the company’s Return to Work Plan
The pandemic has brought endless challenges for businesses, including when and how to manage employees and customers safely, and how to do so while maintaining compliance and privacy around personal health information.
Today, we’re excited to announce our new Analytics Dashboard in Passport. We’ve worked to make sure that our Analytics dashboard allows HR managers and COVID compliance officers to gain an immediate picture of their team’s health. Read below for an overview of these new features and an instructional video.
Tensor/IO brings machine learning framework to ecosystem of smart devices
Our lives, like our health, are continuous functions. Our health is not just what’s assessed at a point in time during a doctor’s office visit, but all the data points that impact our wellness in-between. We can now capture and monitor these real world data points with smartphones, wearables and a growing number of at-home tests to evaluate your nutrition, microbiome or the impact of genetics on health.
Motivation and Introduction
Data privacy is one of our core values at doc.ai, and privacy is by design in all our products and solutions. We respect the personal information of our users and we understand the choices involved in contributing to better health outcomes via the right vehicle at the right time, such as clinical research or AI trainings.
To facilitate our twin goals of respecting privacy while learning from data, we have committed ourselves to researching and developing cutting edge privacy-preserving technologies such as edge AI and federated learning. Together these technologies make it possible to train AI models on mobile devices themselves, which allows us in turn to keep an individual’s data on the device, a necessary first step in preserving data privacy.