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My Possible Self for NHS

Remotely monitor the mental health of your patients before, during and after IAPT.

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Remotely monitor the mental health of your patients before, during and after IAPT. Make better informed clinical decisions, improve outcomes, save time and cost on data entry.

1. Offer your patients My Possible Self through GP referral or self-referral.

2. Referred patients will receive regular emails and/or SMS messages requesting responses to customisable outcome measures such as PHQ-9 and/or GAD-7.

3. Their responses update existing NHS systems such as SystmOne or Emis Web automatically saving you time and staff cost on data entry.

4. Use the data to make better informed clinical decisions to improve patient outcomes.

How do we do it?

We’ve partnered with our sister company Inhealthcare, the UK’s leading digital health and remote patient monitoring tool.

Our partnership allows NHS professionals to remotely monitor patients with self-reporting measures such as PHQ-9 and GAD-7 so they can better triage patients with common mild-to-moderate mental health symptoms.

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My Possible Self for NHS:

  • Full interoperability with existing NHS systems.
  • Save time and staff cost on data entry from paper to digital.
  • Free up professional time to support patients most in need.
  • Patients receive unlimited access to clinically certified content to reduce stress, anxiety and/or low mood.
  • Receive alerts to manage at-risk patients.


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