clinical practice

Be Patient with Patient Technology Updates

Last week my aunt called me up and told me that her “fancy iPhone gizmo” was telling her that she needed to update her phone. As I am her favorite niece (well, really her only niece), and I know sooo much about all these techie things, maybe if I wasn’t too busy, could I help her do it? She asked me to walk her through the update process (step-by-step directions are what she needs), because she really wanted to be able to use the new flashlight function that they showed on the news.

Provider Alert: CBT-i Coach for Insomnia is Now Available

The CBT-i Coach mobile app, developed through a collaboration of the National Center for PTSD, Stanford University and T2, supports cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-i). CBT-i Coach was designed for people who are having difficulty sleeping and participating in cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia with a health provider. The app includes a sleep assessment, sleep diary, sleep-management tools, and reminders.

AfterDeployment: Five Years and Still Going Strong

We’re pretty excited about the fifth anniversary of one of T2’s flagship products, the website AfterDeployment (AD). For me, the best thing about AD is that I can always depend on the site to provide current and evidence-based content for almost any behavioral health issue.

In addition to constant review to make sure the content is fresh and accurate, we’ve also made some major additions and improvements over the last five years, including:

Mobile App Self-“Assessment”

In the dream physician office, a kiosk is set up in the waiting room where patients complete a whole series of pre-visit assessments. I’m envisioning something like a validated diagnostic questionnaire pre-loaded into a tablet computer attached to a small stand outside the office door. What’s really happening, though, is that patients are finding free and cheaply-developed assessment apps and trying to self-diagnose.

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