In a proof of concept study, researchers use virtual reality in depression therapy program for patients with encouraging results.
A new study has shown promising results for a depression app, MoodHacker, in symptom improvement and education.
This study examines the utility of web based interventions for patients suffering from chronic illnesses with depression.
There is a growing body of evidence that app store user ratings of a health app are totally unrelated to the quality and effectiveness of medical apps.
A worthy first start for a depression app that seems appropriate enough to consider “prescribing” to patients with some caveats
Do unintentional words written by clinicians signal whether a patient’s at risk for suicide?
We review SAMHSA’s Suicide Safe app, available for free on iOS and Android.
VA online program, VetsPrevail, has helped more than 30,000 veterans.
A startup aims to use algorithms to match patients and therapists based on their needs and expertise.
A recent study explores how passively collected data can be used to remotely detect low mood and depression.
Gamification is a big trend in mobile health. Here, we see what insights award-winning Litesprite has for others interested in going down that path.
Pfizer announces plans to test Akili Lab’s Project:EVO app in clinical trials; the app is designed to detect deficits in executive functioning.