Provider Clinical Data Analytics
The Mercury project, answers the question, “How do we use artificial intelligence to make therapy better and empower providers?” As with most evidence-based counseling what happens in any given counseling session is largely a black box. Let’s learn how to improve quality and outcomes by extracting useful information and using it to empower providers to deliver the best possible care.
This project will use HIPAA compliant recordings of therapy sessions to learn and support artificial intelligence technologies. The software will help us translate recordings of conversations into data, generating metrics that will be compared with outcomes. This is just the beginning of how we can help providers phenotype patients, learn what works best for each patient, personalize care and use the most effective, evidence based practices to drive amazing clinical results.
In an ever-connected society it may seem strange that people are feeling more disconnected. A recent survey conducted by Cigna and Ipsos, a market research firm, found that 46 percent of Americans surveyed felt alone some or all of the time. How do we begin to fill this gap in a culture that is ever changing?
The Gemini project pairs older adults and families with motivated college student for companionship and assistance with everyday tasks offering companionship, transportation services, help with house tasks or errands, or technology lessons. Uses an on-demand assistance service to help people and their family members stay independent while living securely and happily at home.
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Virtual Response Activation
Dealing with chronic conditions or pain is often accompanied by anxiety, addiction and depression. We believe virtual reality technology holds great promise in being able to assist in recovery from conditions like PTSD, chronic pain and anxiety. We also believe it can be an important adjective support tool in the support of autism treatment. By combining virtual reality and biofeedback, we can learn more about what works and how we can improve health outcomes. The Apollo project uses the immersive and emotive power of Virtual Reality to create experiences that educate, motivate and activate healthy behavior change.
Our brains use inputs from our senses to maintain a model, or simulation, of our current state – where we are, how we feel, what we’re doing, whether we’re comfortable, safe or in danger, etc. When we replace or “hijack” those sensory inputs using VR, we create a new reality for our brain in those moments – we create experiences. By designing experiences that elicit emotional and physiological responses, and teach concepts through engaged and embodied learning, we have incredible power to impart new insights and mental models.
Digital Behavioral Coaching
Our Orion project looked at ways to use technology to expand the reach of cognitive behavioral therapy to more people. We wanted to connect more people to behavioral health support for setting goals and making changes independently, anonymously, and conveniently.
The digital platform provides evidence-based behavioral health programs, text- based coaching, assessments, and data analytics. It’s based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and Positive Psychology, and has delivered impressive results in independent research studies, including 82% of participants showing a reduction in anxiety symptoms after using the interactive treatments.
People can self-assess to receive personalized solutions for work-life problems, managing stressors of work, relationships, and finances, as well as using tools to tackle anxiety and depression, which often stretch outside the scope of a traditional EAP.
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