Build and disseminate automated custom mobile behavioral health programs
to help your population reach their goals.
Our unique tailoring agent guides you to develop personalized programs for each and every client based on their assessment results.
We walk you through the process step by step of developing personalized behavioral health assessments and interventions for your specific needs.
You have complete control over your intervention from beginning to end. Manage messages, clients and intervention tailoring 24/7.
We have specialized programs for a range of behavioral health issues for immediate use or as a template for your custom interventions.
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.
We help you answer the tough questions to build interventions for your population that don’t automatically involve leader boards and trophies as engagement methods. We help your population create meaning through a comprehensive analysis of what is important to both you and them.
We focus on low touch automated direct to client interactive interventions for prevention, wellness, and as an adjunct to care for organizations interested in adjunctive services.
Our programs can be integrated into care immediately or modified to create new programs based on your needs. We build each intervention tailored to the organization (e.g. health system), target (e.g. depression with a focus on mental health outpatient appointment attendance), individual client (e.g. female, married, low self-efficacy, etc.), behavioral goals (e.g. behavioral activation, social support, etc.), and support system (e.g. husband and provider receive alerts). Our goal is precision tailoring based on the latest science.
We are not a care management platform. If you are interested in ongoing interactive provider to patient messaging, please visit Sense Health. Note: Dr. Muench is on the Advisory Board of Sense Health.
*Substance abuse continuing care is a comprehensive continuing care program developed through a small business grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse at NIH that focuses on transitions from inpatient to outpatient care continuity and ongoing relapse prevention.
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