Mindpax solution for mental health was developed in collaboration with clinical experts specializing in mental health and their patients. Our solution helps patients to become more engaged in their treatment and follow their progress.
The solution also allows you to remotely monitor patients in an easy and cost-efficient way, provides a visualization of their biorhythm/data and in some cases, identify why the symptoms appear, and how to avoid them.
Increase the quality of life for patients
Reduce costs for the health system by preventing hospitalizations
Help doctors make better informed decisions
It all starts with a simple wristband, permanently worn by its user on the wrist. The wristband looks like a usual fitness band and measures a person’s physical activity and sleep. The user installs a free application in their mobile phone and data is transferred via Bluetooth. This allows the user to regularly check their sleep as well as activity. All data collected by the mobile app is sent encrypted to a server where it is evaluated. The user then chooses who they want to share their data with trough a web portal.
The main difference is in the way data is handled. Fitness bands / applications aggregate raw activity data into well-known fitness parameters like the number of steps, calories burnt or periods of sleep, and the rest of the data is thrown away. The data analysis by Mindpax is far deeper than that. We work with primary data, looking for long-term trends and links to an individual’s medical condition development as well as fitness parameters. As the amount of data grows Mindpax algorithms are custom-adjusted for the user and detect deviations from the norm.
Receiving your patients’ data in a timely manner will give you enough information and allow you to check a patient’s condition and progress, being also able to apply the right kind of treatment or adjust medication. What is important for patients are early warning signs, which we will be able to predict from the data.
No, the Mindpax system works independently, and only sends you an early-warning email, if it detects prodromal symptoms of a relapse. You can, however, check the patients data, whenever necessary.
We are currently monitoring 100 BOD patients. Our goal is to get 1,000 patients involved in the program and based on the data obtained.