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New York Startup Finds the Right Algorithm for Mental Health as seen in FORTUNE reported by Dan Primacy
Quartet Health wants to make mental health parity a reality.
Our Expert Opinion:
“If I was going to choose the single biggest shift that is going to impact upon healthcare in the next decade, it is the changing nature of the contract between citizens and professionals. Citizens are now more informed, they have access to the internet, to information, to data. Through the consumer movement, people’s attitude towards consultation and services has changed.”
– Matthew Patrick, CEO of the South London and Maudsley Foundation Trust (SLaM)
A PROJECT 375 Perspective:
This is just the tip of the iceberg in the utilization of all the data produced from wearables, health monitors and platforms. Giving health practitioners the ability to evaluate patients with various health metrics and feedback from everyday life can paint a clearer picture of what might be causing aliments and help proactively diagnosis and chart a more complete course of action. Wearables and health monitoring are hot sectors, but there is a divide between those who have and own the data and those who can access and use that data in the most beneficial way. This platform in mental health could close that gap and revolutionize the medical industry.
– Bouker Pool, Operating Partner Alchemy Global, PROJECT 375 Ambassador
Let’s Talk About It:
We are so excited to bring you our latest installment of REAL CHATS. This week’s story is from Stephen McDonnell.
Stephen McDonnell lives in northern England. He has survived mental illness since the age of three. He is now in his 42nd year of his life journey and using his experiences as a way to help others.
PROJECT 375: Would you rather go to the theatre or a movie? Why?
Stephen McDonnell: Oh the theatre darling of course! What else? I love movies, I do – especially sci-fi and psychological thrillers, but going to a cinema really pees me off.
Find this installment of REAL CHATS here.
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Quote of the week:
“In mindfulness, one is not only restful and happy, but alert and awake.”
— Thich Nhat Hanh
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It means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections.
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Dennis has a passion for creating and enjoys the sense of refuge he feels while creating art. He has a unique way of seeing and sensitivity to the world that helps to inform his unique artistic style.
The CRAZY STIGMA GREEN™ Temporary Tattoos are the perfect way to wear your CRAZY STIGMA GREEN™. Whether you’re young or young at heart you can celebrate mental health. Your donation of $25 will provide stigma fighting temporary tattoos for free to children all over the country. As a thank-you gift you may choose to receive a set of your own CRAZY STIGMA GREEN™ Temporary Tattoos. Wear your Crazy Stigma Green™ today!
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5 Things You Can Do To Help End Mental Health Stigma
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A New Book Retrospectively Diagnoses Famous People With Mental Disorders as seen in in NYMAG.com reported by Tanya Basu
In a recent interview with NPR, science journalist Claudia Kalb discusses Warhol’s predilections along with the behaviors of other celebrities, collected in the new book Andy Warhol Was a Hoarder: Inside the Minds of History’s Great Personalities.
New York City Steps Up Mental Health Care and Security for Homeless as seen in Good News Network reported by Terry Turner
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to increase the number of mental health treatment without their parents’ consent.
Why One State Is Making It Easier For Teens to Seek Mental Counseling Teen Vogue reported by Kate Dwyer
New Jersey just became the 17th state to allow minors to seek mental health treatment without their parents’ consent.
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