ieso is the first company in the world to explore therapy language through machine learning. We work to translate this into digital therapeutics that make precision treatment and assessment accessible anywhere.
Our mission is to transform global mental health by unlocking the power of clinical data. We’re revolutionising the way the world understands and treats mental health. We aim to make mental healthcare accessible to all by creating digital assessment and therapeutic tools for mental health conditions.
Just like physical healthcare, insights into mental health can be drawn from big data. At ieso we’re changing the future of mental health by unlocking the power of clinical data.
Dr Andy Blackwell is the Group Chief Science and Strategy Officer at ieso. Watch Andy’s talk at TEDxNatick on “Artificial Intelligence Meets Mental Health Therapy” in which he shares our vision for mental health transformation and how we are using AI to improve recovery results for tens of thousands of patients.
How Are Things? Mood & Symptom Checker is the first digital product from the innovation lab of ieso. It's an easy-to-use digital tool which anyone aged over 18 can use to complete a self-assessment based on clinically validated, globally recognised measures. ieso is a leading online mental health service provider delivering evidence-based digital solutions that identify, treat, and prevent mental illness by applying deep-learning capabilities alongside clinical and scientific expertise to learn what really works.
A one-size-fits-all approach is not effective in meeting individual needs. We need tailored care to drive up recovery rates and reduce relapse.
There are not enough therapists in the world to meet care needs. We need to radically scale-up care - using automation and augmentation to make clinical resources go much further - and making care affordable around the globe.
Current interventions are delivered too late. We need to predict and, where possible, prevent mental ill-health to result in better outcomes.
Director of Clinical Science
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"A trusted NHS partner for over a decade, we have delivered over 500,000 hours of transformative CBT typed therapy to over 90,000 people. Combining clinical expertise with our technologically advanced tools, ieso’s mental health solutions allow staff to take a positive step towards mental wellness, and in times of trouble we help employees to find and access the right care for them."
We are working on creating breakthroughs in four crucial areas of mental healthcare.
Therapy is expensive - and recovery requires the right intervention. How can we avoid the costly revolving door?
Therapists vary and clinical quality often depends on therapist intuition and experience. How can we consistently maximise dose and chances of recovery?
Treatment is expensive and clinician time is scarce. How can digital treatment reduce the cost and increase the accessibility of care?
Helping patients stay well and detecting problems early saves money and lives. How can data and technology make this a reality?
ieso’s research has been published in key journals over the last ten years, adding crucial knowledge to our understanding of effective mental healthcare. For updates on when we publish new research papers, blogs and other resources sign up to our newsletter.
Our approach means we’re continually gathering a new understanding of what works in treatment, and why. Read our latest news, research and articles written by people shaping the future of mental healthcare.
A new era of mental health science: Read part three of our three-part series ‘The Future of Mental Health Care’
Watch our Chief AI Officer Valentin Tablan's presentation at Applied Machine Learning Days 2022 ...
Wake-up and smell the AI: Read part one of our three-part series ‘The Future of Mental Health Care'
Thomas Insel, former director of the National Institute of Mental Health and author of 'Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health', explains why he is intrigued by what ieso is doing
Our Director of Clinical Science, Dr Ana Catarino, explains how ieso and The University of Sheffield identified new depression subtypes in our latest expert article
From Real-World Data to next Generation Mental Healthcare: in this article, our Chief AI Officer Valentin Tablan summarises his talk at Applied Machine Learning Days 2022 for those who missed it
ieso were delighted to not only be support partners of the HSJ Partnership Awards ceremony but also shortlisted finalists for 'Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS' with Dorset HealthCare
ieso is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Louise Marshall as our Director of Mental Health Sciences
ieso has joined the Digital Therapeutics Alliance (DTA), a non-profit association of industry leaders with a mission to drive awareness and adoption of digital therapies
Interested in how AI and data are being used today to improve patient outcomes for therapists treating mental health conditions? Tune in to our latest podcast to find out more
Meeting regulatory standards is not the only ingredient essential to the responsible innovation of AI-enabled hardware in the healthcare arena, as our Chief AI Officer reflects
Want to know how research into subtypes of depression and their responses to treatment is paving the way for an end to one-size-fits-all treatment for depression? Tune in to our latest podcast
ieso, in partnership with Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust, have been shortlisted for “Best Mental Health Partnership with the NHS” at the HSJ Partnership Awards 2022
Did you know that rapport and empathy aren’t key ingredients in effective CBT? Find out more in Does Therapy work? - the second episode of ieso’s mental health-tech podcast, Thinking Ahead
ieso spoke to MIT Technology Review to discuss how using AI to examine the language used by therapists could lead to more people feeling better and staying better
UK innovator closes Series B financing to develop AI-enabled, evidence-based digital therapeutics built on the world's largest mental health treatment data set
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
Listen in to the first episode of our new mental health tech podcast, Thinking Ahead. Hear from our CEO, Nigel Pitchford, about how we’re scaling and staying true to our social purpose.
ieso reflects on the legacy of Dr Aaron Beck, the highly respected and pioneering neurologist who developed CBT treatment, who died this week at the age of 100
ieso's Chief Science and Strategy Officer Dr Andy Blackwell joins the panel at Uppsala Health Summit to discuss “Innovative Strategies for Closing the Treatment Gap”
The theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day (10th October) is ‘Mental health in an unequal world’
Our ambition is to not only provide world-class therapy, it’s to transform mental healthcare around the world
ieso, a leading provider of evidence-based, online cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and innovator of ground-breaking research, features in The Economist’s latest review of mental healthcare program
ieso announced June 29 that is has been granted a new patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, ieso Chief Science and Strategy Officer Dr Andy Blackwell features on Tech Talks podcast, a show offering insight into the tech sector.
Read what health care professionals and patient advocates think of How Are Things?, and where they see it fitting in the patient journey...
With this year’s #IWD theme being ‘an equal world is an enabled world’ - #eachforequal – ieso advocate equality and enablement for everyone.
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UK innovator closes Series B financing to develop AI-enabled, evidence-based digital therapeutics built on the world's largest mental health treatment data set.