SilverCloud Health is the world’s leading digital mental health company, enabling healthcare organizations to deliver clinically validated digital therapeutic care, that improves outcomes, increases access & scale while reducing costs. SilverCloud’s multi-award-winning digital mental health platform is a result of over 16 years of clinical research with leading academic institutions. Today, SilverCloud is being used by over 240 organizations globally to meet the mental health needs of their end users/patients. The Platform has been deeply validated working with global experts, through full randomized control trials as well as real world data from over 250,000 SilverCloud end users. The platform continues to lead the industry with its effectiveness, engagement and range of clinical programs covering the spectrum of mental health needs.
Existing computer-based treatment programs suffer from low levels of client engagement and high drop-out rates which result in poor patient outcomes, i.e., no clinical improvement. SilverCloud has differentiated itself against competitors through: Research Focused-Outcomes Driven Our research DNA spans over 16 years and has been essential to the traction that SilverCloud has achieved to date though the combination of commercial, clinical and technology team expertise to improve outcomes, increase access and deliver significant cost savings. Targeting Outcomes Program methodologies validated through full RCT trials with protocols showing clinical results on par with, if not better, than face to face services. 65% of users show a clinically significant reduction in symptom scores after using SilverCloud. Full Clinical Platform A clinical behavioral health platform capable of delivering stepped care across the continuum to include: access, prevention, early identification, triage, treatment, recovery and ongoing care. Strong Engagement & Platform Delivers a 3-fold increase in client engagement numbers and 30+ evidenced-based programs that position SilverCloud as the one provider – with one platform covering all conditions. Collaborative Partnerships We have strategic partnerships with world leading organizations and thought leaders, including: Optum Health, Yale University, Accenture, Avia Health Innovation, UCLA Health, OSF Healthcare,Get More Info
Behavior Research and Therapy Nov 2015 RCT.pdf
Preventing Depression - Early Intervention RCT.pdf
SilverCloud - Improve Behavioral Health Access and Reach.pdf
SilverCloud - Digital Therapies.pdf
SCH Increasing Access Behavioral Healthcare.pdf
SilverCloud Gold Standard Whitepaper.pdf
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