Cloud 9
telehealth, data and communications, connecting communities
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Product

Product

OUR PATIENT CENTRIC MESH NETWORK CONNECTS HISTORICALLY SEPARATED CARE TEAMS. THIS GIVES US THE OPPORTUNITY TO CREATE NEW COLLABORATION WORKFLOWS THAT SOLVE SYSTEMIC PROBLEMS WITHIN POPULATION MENTAL HEALTH.

HERE ARE SOME OF OUR SOFTWARE’S PROPRIETARY WORKFLOWS:

 

Cloud 9 Intervention

CONNECTING MENTAL HEALTH TEAMS AND FIRST RESPONDER TEAMS TO JOINTLY TREAT CITIZENS EXPERIENCING A MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS IN THE COMMUNITY

 

Problems Addressed

Emergency rooms, jails and courts have now become the dumping grounds for mental illness. These facilities are not equipped to provide mental care, which has created a failed cycle of non-treatment and readmission. The U.S. wastes over $30 Billion each year routing people through these inappropriate systems.

Communities are realizing this process is ineffective and wasteful. The solution has been to place social-workers riding along in police cars attempting to intercept and resolve these crises. Ride along programs work when they can reach a crisis. However, they are inefficient, expensive, put social-workers in harm’s way, and are NOT scalable. 

Our software empowers ride along clinicians and brings additional care team members, on-demand, to deliver care remotely with data and communications technology.

 

INTERVENTION SOLUTION flow

 
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Initial success metrics

 
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What Users are Saying

 

Mental Healthcare

Law Enforcement

“This gives deputies one more tool so they can better triage the situation that’s happening out in the field, based on the symptoms they are seeing, and have a medical professional be able to give them guidance.”
— Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, Harris County
“I reassured the deputy it was OK not to involuntarily transport the patient to an ER. I helped verbally de-escalate the patient and adjusted her medication to reduce suffering on the spot, and prevented a dehumanizing, unnecessary stay in an ER.”
— Dr. Flavio Casoy, Psychiatrist
 

video overview

 

Cloud 9 Prevention

CONNECTING COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH TEAMS TO THEIR PATIENT POPULATION FOR ONGOING TREATMENT AND ENGAGEMENT

Problems Addressed

20% of American adults suffer from mental illnesses, but only 8% receive mental health services. Suicide rates are at an all-time high and 115 people die daily from opioid abuse. Depression has become the world’s leading cause of disability.

Community Health Centers and Local Mental Health Authorities are responsible for large, underserved populations. 77% of counties report a severe shortage of clinicians. These benevolent healthcare organizations face many challenges, including up to 50% no-show rates, while being expected to improve community health outcomes at increasingly lower costs.

 

PREVENTION SOLUTION Flow

 
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Initial success metrics

 
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What people are Saying

 

Advocacy Groups

Patients

“If you’re recovering or trying to make progress, this is a really good app. You’re never left wanting. You can schedule a time every week. It is very user friendly. Especially for people with transportation issues, having the app is a life changer.”
— Dee, Patient with Depression
“This program has a lot of potential. It can help people access mental health treatment and keep people out of settings that they don’t need to be in.”
— Greg Hansch, National Alliance on Mental Illness
 

video overview