Posted on Jul 26, 2015 in Weblog | 0 comments

Though I write and speak on the latest digital health trends covering all of medicine and healthcare, my background in psychiatry and behavioral sciences gives me a unique perspective on the digital mental health movement. Here’s a recap of my latest posts…

Google Glass returns to help kids with autism with rumors of Glass v2.0

Can Google Glass improve emotions, attention, and gaze in those with autism?

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Combating depression online with Deprexis

Could an Internet-delivered web platform help those suffering from depression?

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This is how poorly developed apps are damaging mental health

How some wellness and mental health apps are causing worse behaviors.

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Review of Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Guide app

Review of Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Guide app

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Suicide Safe app packages static web content to educate providers

We review SAMHSA’s Suicide Safe app, available for free on iOS and Android.

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Using a cost effective digital health tool to help veterans with depression

VA online program, VetsPrevail, has helped more than 30,000 veterans.

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Review of MediSafe, app and platform for medication reminders

MediSafe streamlines lists and spreadsheets of medications into an easy-to-use, flexible, synchronizable app.

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On crafting the perfect digital health experience: Insights from MadPow’s Dustin DiTommaso

We interviewed MadPow’s Dustin DiTommaso on crafting digital health experiences.

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