Improving Clinical Outcomes and Maximising Resources with Digital Therapy
Greenwich Time to Talk, the main provider of specialist mental health care in the Borough of Greenwich, wished to investigate the impact of implementing digital therapy into step 2 (low intensity) care pathways.
Digital therapeutics for mental health effective prequel to face-to-face therapy
January 16th, 2020 - Daniel Duffy, Clinical Trials Associate and PhD Candidate at SilverCloud Health iCBT’s utility to those with more severe or complex needs Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy interventions (iCBT) have been utilised, with much success, in populations with mild-moderate presentations of Depression and Anxiety (e.g. Richards et al., 2015; Olthuis et al., 2016;
Commercial models for digital therapy and why it’s in everyone’s interests to get it right: Part 2
In my last blog, I looked at the limitations and restrictions of a user licence model (price per user) for digital therapy and the need for an alternative that is scalable, cost-effective and drives innovation.
Commercial models for digital therapy and why it’s in everyone’s interests to get it right: Part 1
Commercial models created by digital therapy companies to support long-term sustainable growth can either accelerate adoption and usage, or actually hinder performance. Equally, payment and reimbursement models deemed acceptable by healthcare providers, insurers and governments may stifle innovation and reduce investment by digital therapeutic companies.
Improving mental healthcare outcomes and cost effectiveness with SilverCloud's digital mental health platform
THE SCALE OF THE PROBLEM Right now there is a growing epidemic of mental health issues - 1 in 4 people experience mental health issues each year.1 £94 billion per year is the estimated economic cost of mental ill health in England.2 A long-lived assessment of health and social care in England is that people with mental health problems often fail to receive the same access to services or quality
Digital Mental Health Digest | SilverCloud Health
Microsoft and SilverCloud to pioneer AI in mental health SilverCloud has been collaborating with Microsoft over the past 18 months to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning can accelerate personalised mental healthcare, including early interventions to optimise outcomes.
Sleep Disorders Affect Millions
October 15th, 2019 - Sleep disorders are a growing epidemic, with as many as 150 million people affected worldwide. It is estimated that 30% of the population in UK alone are severely sleep deprived and while recommended sleep times for an adult range from 7 to 9 hours, the average British person sleeps about 6.8 hours each night, putting physical and mental health at risk.
Optimising Clinical Outcomes and Service Reach with Digital Mental Health
Croydon Talking Therapies IAPT service offers mental health support to a population of around 300,000 people in Croydon.
Study finds significant relationship between usage and outcomes of iCBT interventions for depression
Advancing the field of digital therapeutics through the study of usage and engagement of an iCBT intervention September 12th, 2019 - Dr. Angel Enrique Roig, Clinical Researcher at SilverCloud Health. The benefits of internet-based cognitive-behaviour therapy (iCBT) for depression and anxiety have been observed and replicated in many different settings, samples, and countries. The vast amount of
What is population mental health and why is it important?
What is population mental health and why is it important? What we can learn from large scale IT programmes. September 2nd, 2019 - Lloyd Humphreys, Head of Europe at SilverCloud Health and NHS and Innovation Accelerator alumnus. In my previous blog, I explored the learning that mental health has to share with large scale, mainstream digital health programmes.
What large scale health IT programmes can learn from mental health
August 1st, 2019 - Lloyd Humphreys, Head of Europe at SilverCloud Health and NHS and Innovation Accelerator alumnus Whilst recently writing an award submission, I was reminded by a colleague at Berkshire Healthcare about one of the most successful national transformation programmes the NHS has ever achieved, which will probably be unknown to most and a surprise to the rest: Improving Access to