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Thank you to those who joined us at the IAPT & ehealth summit on Friday at Tech UK, where we explored the challenges that remain for the adoption of ehealth in mental healthcare and began to discuss the next steps for adopting online therapy … Continue reading
We’ve been working closely with stakeholders from across the mental health community to gain clarity around the issues facing them in offering online interventions to IAPT patients. Our new paper specifically explores the perspectives of mental health commissioners as key … Continue reading
The deadline to submit Local Transformation Plans is fast approaching. We understand the demand this places on commissioners and on providers, and want to offer our support.
Are you looking to commission a patient management system for CAMHS? Without guidance, it’s tough to know which system will serve you the best.
It’s no great secret that England’s mental health services are facing tremendous and growing demand. It’s now widely accepted that the NHS must innovate
Read the official press release here.
Healthcare applications developer, Mayden, has announced that SilverCloud Health will be the first service provider
On Monday 27th April, we invited select representatives from a number of IAPT services to join us for a roundtable conversation at our new offices in central Bath. We discussed the new waiting time targets for psychological therapies and how they were approaching the challenge. … Continue reading
Visit the IAPTus team blog for an update on the program’s new look from our designer, Geraldine.
Read about the vicious cycle of DNAs and increased waiting times for IAPT services in our latest blog on the IAPTus website.