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The PHuman solution built using Healthmachine™, is designed to support people living with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). It is live in eight countries across Europe, helping more than 5% of the total diagnosed PAH patient population manage their condition in the launched markets.
Orbi is a mobile app that aims to improve the mental health of people with long-term physical health conditions (LTCs) such as multiple sclerosis, IBD, Crohn's and psoriasis. Based on extensive research out of King’s College London’s Health Psychology Section, Orbi builds on the existing solution COMPASS (a Class I certified medical device), supporting physical and mental wellbeing together.
Together for Her
Together for Her (TFH) is a digital care program that aims to empower expectant mothers with accurate information, personalised guidance, and a supportive community throughout their pregnancy journey. TFH offers holistic, evidence-based support that prioritises the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of expectant mothers, empowering women with knowledge, activating them towards healthy behaviours, and triggering know-how and demand for good quality of care (QOC). The TFH care program was launched in July 2020. It has since been installed more than 2 million times, reaching 1.5 million mothers in total (i.e., mothers who engaged with the program after installing the app and completed the first assessment).
Successful Treatment Of Paranoia (STOP) is a patient-facing digital solution that uses an app to deliver a course of therapy to patients experiencing paranoia. Working with King’s College London (KCL), we built STOP using HealthMachine™ to make life better for patients with debilitating mental health symptoms. STOP has received MHRA approval to undergo clinical investigation and is currently being trialled in a study at KCL.
Klick is a nurse-led, digital solution for patients living with HIV who attend Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Foundation Trust (CWFT) for outpatient care. Working with CWFT and a major pharmaceutical company, we built the Klick care pathway to integrate with CWFT’s outpatient services, using Healthmachine™. It supports people living with HIV to understand their health and changing needs. More than 5,300 patients currently use Klick.