ieso was established in the UK in 2000 by two psychologists passionate about using technology to create a world where everyone has access to effective mental healthcare. Since then, we’ve treated over 120,000 patients and built the world’s largest outcomes-indexed mental health dataset. We’re expert clinicians, scientists, and digital technologists blending data science and deep clinical expertise to create scalable, effective, and highly personalised digital mental health products.
Our digital products are one-to-one programs available wherever, whenever, and at whichever stage of a person’s mental health journey. Data from the resulting interactions are securely collected and stored. Relevant deidentified data is then available to our clinical scientists and researchers, after applying requested opt-outs.
We’ve collected data from over 700,000 hours of therapy sessions. We then use AI, machine learning and deep neural networks to recognise patterns in mental health conditions and treatment. For example, we’ve uncovered the need for more specificity in how we define mental health.
This makes our treatments targeted and tailored, so they’re more likely to be effective and faster. And we’re committed to sharing our findings with the world by partnering with health systems, providers, and payers, and by publishing the highest quality academic research.
Are you a health system, provider, or payer looking to improve access to mental healthcare, reduce treatment costs and help people get better, faster?
For UK Time to Talk Day, the ieso clinical offer their advice on how to start a conversation about mental health
In this team spotlight interview, we spoke to Dr Alyssa Dietz about her role as Head of US Clinical Strategy.
In this spotlight interview, we spoke to Gwen James about her role as Talent and Events Manager at ieso.
For UK National Grief Awareness Week, our clinical team have written a blog on taking care of yourself after bereavement.
For men’s mental health month, our clinical team examines support options available for men
For International Stress Awareness Week, we took a look at some tips to help with stress management.