Mobile Health Interventions

Build and disseminate automated custom mobile behavioral health programs
to help your population reach their goals.


Precision Tailoring​

Our unique tailoring agent guides you to develop personalized programs for each and every client based on their assessment results.

Custom Development

We walk you through the process step by step of developing personalized behavioral health assessments and interventions for your specific needs. ​

Provider Dashboard

​You have complete control over your intervention from beginning to end. Manage messages, clients and intervention tailoring 24/7.

Behavioral Interventions​

We have specialized programs for a range of behavioral health issues for immediate use or as a template for your custom interventions.

Precision Tailoring

Mobile Health Interventions assists your organization in harnessing your data to build personalized Just-In-Time Adaptive Interventions (JITAIs) for every client you reach.​

Whether an EHR, fitness tracker or self-report assessment, we can turn your data into a tailored intervention for every client you reach. ​​

By examining every component of your existing assessment platform, we help you create an intervention tailored to both your organization and each individual in your population then use agile intervention development procedures to iterate the intervention over time. ​​

Custom Intervention Development

We are experts in adaptive mobile intervention development using your data. We walk you through the process of building a custom intervention based on tailored assessment processes and existing data.

We help you build interventions for your population based on optimal timing, adaptation and content. We ignore what doesn’t work and help you tailor your interventions based on what does?

Building engaging interventions is about asking the right questions.

  • How do we best assess our population?
  • How do we adapt the intervention based on  goal achievement?
  • What are the reinforcers to build initial engagement for specific populations??
  • What are the reinforcers to build sustained engagement?
  • When do you NOT intervene to reduce burden?
  • When do you introduce social reinforcement and what kind?


The dashboard helps organizations develop and manage their programs (unlimited), add/remove clients, tailor messages and more.



Messaging Programs​


Relevant Publications by Dr. Muench

Muench, F., Tryon, W., Travaglini, L., & Morgenstern, J. (2006). Maintaining motivation using audio review. Journal of Substance Use, 11(3): 191-204. PMCIDNA

Muench, F., Weiss, B., Kuebis, A. & Morgenstern, J. (2013). Developing a theory driven text messaging intervention for addiction care with user driven content, Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 27(1), 315-321. PMCID: PMC3531566.

Kuerbis, A., Armeli, S., Muench, F., & Morgenstern, J. (2013). Motivation and self-efficacy in the context of moderated drinking: Global self-report and ecological momentary assessment. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors,27(4), 934-43. PMCID:PMC3980541

Muench, F., van Stolke Cook, K. Kuebis, A., Morgenstern, J., & Markle, K.. (2014). Understanding mobile messaging preferences to inform development of goal-directed behavioral interventions. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(1):e14. PMCID:PMC3936297

Muench, F. (2014). The promises and pitfalls of integrating digital health technologies into alcohol treatment. Alcohol Research, Current Reviews, 36(1), 131-142. PMCID:PMC4432853

Morgenstern, J., Kuerbis, A. & Muench, F. (2014). Ecological momentary assessment and alcohol use disorder treatment.Alcohol Research: Current Reviews, 36(1), 101-109. PMCID: PMC4432849

Google Scholar Link to Peer Reviewed Publications

Messaging References

Fry JP, Neff RA. Periodic prompts and reminders in health promotion and health behavior interventions: systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2009;11(2).

Head KJ, Noar SM, Iannarino NT, Grant Harrington N. Efficacy of text messaging-based interventions for health promotion: A meta-analysis. Social Science & Medicine. 11// 2013;97(0):41-48.

Hall AK, Cole-Lewis H, Bernhardt JM. Mobile text messaging for health: a systematicreview of reviews. Annual review of public health. 2015;36:393.

Free C, Phillips G, Watson L, et al. The effectiveness of mobile-health technologies to improve health care service delivery processes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS medicine. 2013;10(1):e1001363.

De Leon E, Fuentes LW, Cohen JE. Characterizing periodic messaging interventions across health behaviors and media: systematic review. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2014;16(3).

Buller DB, Borland R, Bettinghaus EP, Shane JH, Zimmerman DE. Randomized trial of a smartphone mobile application compared to text messaging to support smoking cessation. Telemedicine and e-Health. 2014;20(3):206-214.

Wendling C. Case Study: Geisinger Health System: Reducing Patient No-Shows. Paper presented at: mHIMSS2014; Orlando, Fl.






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