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Screening

We screen "pre-clinical" populations to find unaddressed mental health challenges, challenges that deserve our attention. The best epidemiological studies show that 20% of students, employees and the general public suffer from a mental health condition that severely impacts their learning, work, family and relationships. Universal screening allows us to find these and offer early intervention.

Assessment

Our proprietary assessments, has been informed by more 100,000 encounters, from over 10,000 individual clients, over a span of 20 years. That data has informs an algorithm that generates graphics and dashboards that help clinicians see trends. Trends that help them make better decisions.  

Decisional Support

No one clinician can hold all the disorders, all the treatments, all the variables in their head. Too often, when things get complicated, the answer is "we don't know". With our assessments, our algorithms we can present the data to the right clinician, augmenting their skills and allowing them to make informed, data-driven decisions. That's the way it should be.

Monitoring

Automated monitoring allows Epiphany360 to check in with users between visits using asynchronous communication, text, to collect and share data. These check-ins will catch side effects early, before they become adverse events. We also propose to use text as a form of  wellness coaching to increase motivation, nudge patients into better habits and help them stay accountable for their health. That's what you call engagement.

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