Clients

Trinity University

HEALTHeDesigns is working with Dr. Bill Ellison of the Department of Psychology to develop a mobile app to help patients track symptoms before and between visits to their mental health provider. 

Symptom tracking can help patients in many ways. It makes it easier to remember what issues have been troublesome, it improves the accuracy of the patient self-report, and it helps patients understand if their symptom are getting worse and may need immediate attention. 

 

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University of Texas Health Science Center

HEALTHeDesigns worked with the San Antonio Science Center Department of Psychiatry Division of alcohol and drug Addiction, and the Military Health Institute to develop a website to host Webinars to train professionals.

Operation AdEPT delivers evidence-based training and education on substance use treatment and prevention. Interactive webinars, presented by national and international experts, delivers state of the art research to front line substance abuse providers. Operation AdEPT’s mission is improving the quality of substance abuse treatment and prevention in the armed forces.

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Baylor College of Medicine

HEALTHeDesigns is developing a series of mobile apps for Baylor College of Medicine and the Houston Gulf Coast MIRECC (Mental Illness Research and Clinical Center).

Conquer Panic is a mobile app designed for Veterans who have Panic Disorder.  It helps them to deal with a panic attack in real time with heability to understand their symptoms, and take steps to lessen them.

Conquer Anxiety is a mobile app designed for Veterans who have a variety of anxiety disorders.  THe app provides education for them to learn about various anxiety disorder and learn how to cope with them on a daily bases.  It uses a scoring system to encourage use which helps compliance and makes the app fun to use.

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UTHealth

Dr. Phelps has over 10 years of experience in designing technologies to help people learn and change their behavior as a Faculty Member in the School of Health Information Science at UTHealth (1998-2009). She led the the Learning and Technology Team to help students use technology to help them make their goals a realization.

HEALTHeDesigns worked with Dr. Dyer at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston to build virtual worlds to help train medical students to work with geriatric patients.  Using evidence-based techniques to solve technology design problems, whether it be designing a custom mobile app or developing interactive online curriculum, she lead several National Institutes of Health grant funded projects.

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The Veterans Administration

Dr. Phelps has been a consultant for the Veterans Administration since 2009.  She helps their health professionals use technology to further their goals.

We use evidence-based techniques to solve technology design problems, whether it be designing a custom mobile app or developing interactive online curriculum. HEALTHeDesigns has the solution to make you look like a rockstar.

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Houston MIRECC

HEALTHeDesigns has worked with the Houston MIRECC (Mental Illness Research and Clinical Centers) to help them develop their curriculum to train health professionals.  Using the latest course authoring tools as a team we developed their training materials to be online courses that could be taken by health professionals anytime, anywhere.

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Long Beach MIRECC

HEALTHeDesigns is developing a set of mobile apps for the VA Long Beach MIRECC (Mental Illness Research and Clinical Center).

Recovery Coach is a mobile app designed for Veterans who have Schizophrenia.  It helps them to deal crises in real time, manage their medications, learn about their disorder,  cope with their symptoms, and take steps to lessen them in real time.

Life Coach is a is a mobile app designed for Veterans who have Bipolar Disorder.  It helps them to deal crises in real time with things like deep breathing exercises.  It allows Veterans to manage their medications, learn about their disorder, cope with their symptoms, and take steps to lessen them in real time.

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