Our solution enables to accelerate the patient's learning process of managing a mental disorder by visualising comprehensive data of the disease progression including external factors which may affect a relapse.
The system also provides psychoeducation of the patient and his relatives, which is an important and empirically proven preventive tool.
For the psychiatrist, the system provides a long-term monitoring of the course of the disease. The comprehensive visualisation contains of actigraphy data, self-reporting questionnaires, psychosocial factors and used medication. Due to this comprehensive visualisation the psychiatrist is able to make effective decisions about the future treatment.
Our goal is to reduce the amount of relapses,the length of hospitalizations, and thus to reduce costs of the health care of patients with mental diseases.
The activity sensor is a part of a small, lightweight, waterproof bracelet with a battery that lasts up to 6 months without charging. The data are transmitted to the Mindpax.me mobile application through bluetooth. From the mobile application, the data are sent via an internet connection to a secure database for activity and sleep calculations. The calculated data are then displayed directly in the mobile application and on the user's web portal. We also offer an alternative transmission device instead of a mobile application.
The mobile application works as a data transmission system and as a source of other supportive data (mood questionnaire, medication, important life events). The data are then displayed in a form that allows a better management of the disease. Part of the mobile application are also educational materials that provides useful information about the disease.
The Mindpax web portal provides a more detailed view of the data than the mobile application. It can also work as a substitute for the mobile application when filling in the mood questionnaires by the user and his relatives.
The medic portal provides a comprehensive visualization of long-term patient data and their analysis.