The Digital Clinic aims to provide short-term medication management and supportive counseling by equipping patients with smartphone apps to help them understand connections between their behaviors and their mental health. This use of personal data helps to inform health related goal-setting and to identify app-supported self-management strategies
LAMP helps capture the dynamic symptoms of mental health and understand the social, environmental, and temporal factors that impact recovery.
Information collected from LAMP is visualized on the dashboard and interpreted in sessions with both the patient and clinician present.
Relevant trends can easily be identified and used during the clinical visit to focus on treatment planning and recovery going forward.
Interested in participating?
The Digital Clinic is currently available to those who are seen by a primary care physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. If you are interested in learning more about the clinic, please contact Erlend.
- World Health Innovation Summit for Health, Mental Health Report, Released Nov. 2020
- Rodriguez-Villa E, Rauseo-Ricupero N, Camacho E, Wisniewski H, Keshavan M, Torous J. The digital clinic: Implementing technology and augmenting care for mental health. General Hospital Psychiatry. 2020
- Wisniewski, H., & Torous, J. Digital navigators to implement smartphone and digital tools in care. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. 2020
- Torous J, Hsin H. Empowering the digital therapeutic relationship: virtual clinics for digital health interventions. NPJ digital medicine. 2018 May 16;1(1):16.
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