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ieso’s mental health mood and symptom checker now available to Boots’ customers

22 Nov 2021
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Users of Boots’ digital Health Hub are now able to take advantage of ieso’s How Are Things? mood and symptom checker to get a clearer picture of their mental health. The service allows anyone over 18 to quickly get an expert view on their current state of mind from a clinical professional, by simply filling in an easy to use, online self-assessment questionnaire.

The pandemic has put added pressure on mental health services in the UK, with data from NHS Digital showing that the number of people seeking help for mental health problems has reached a record high.

How Are Things? is now available on the Boots Health Hub. Customers can purchase the service through the platform for £10 and receive a clinically validated report in just two days by completing a questionnaire, which takes around 20 minutes to fill in. A qualified and experienced mental healthcare practitioner will look at the answers and prepare an easy-to-digest report and action plan. This will include mood and anxiety scores, together with self-help activities based on CBT, and advice about where the user can go next to get support if appropriate.

Boots customers can purchase a How Are Things? report by going to www.boots.com/healthhub and selecting the ‘Mental Health’ filter.

If you’re interested in partnering with ieso to offer digital mental healthcare services to your customers or employees, get in touch.

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ieso's mood and symptom checker asks How Are Things? and creates an evidence-based report from a psychological wellbeing professional to give users a clearer picture of their mental health
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