More than 300,000 people suffering with mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression have now been treated through innovative digital therapy programmes developed as a result of a partnership between Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and SilverCloud Health, the world’s leading digital mental health company.
SilverCloud Health, the world’s leading digital mental health company, today officially announced its research collaboration with Microsoft to further enhance its online offering with artificial intelligence (AI). SilverCloud Health and Microsoft Labs in Cambridge have been working together over the past 18 months, in research that combines Microsoft’s cutting-edge machine learning and AI technologies with SilverCloud’s expertise in real-world delivery of evidence-based interventions and mental health outcomes.
First go-live for the Malaffi HIE achieved six-months after contract-sign, giving clinicians in four leading Abu Dhabi healthcare providers access to important patient information. Further roll-outs, including a patient portal and analytics services will follow next year.
Commenting on today’s findings and recommendations from Public Health England’s review into dependence and withdrawal associated with some prescribed medicines, Darren Nichols, Managing Director, FDB (First Databank), said:
IMS MAXIMS entered whole heartedly into the open source arena by releasing our code in 2014; but since then market conditions have changed. Despite this, we have not abandoned the project. In fact, we remain fully committed to it and optimistic that the new team at NHSX will recognise its value. Let me explain.
New prime minister Boris Johnson has generated headlines in recent weeks by promising a relatively small investment in 20 hospitals. He’d be better investing the same kind of money in healthcare technology, argues Shane Tickell, chief executive of IMS MAXIMS.