Our client, a world-renowned medical and life sciences university ranking among the nation’s top institutions, holds an esteemed position as a leading recipient of research funding from the National Institutes of Health. As digital transformation solution providers for the government, our collaboration with this prestigious university opens exciting opportunities to leverage their expertise and research capabilities, driving innovation in the public & Government sector.
The primary objective of the EPI-MINN project was to develop the SPT (Schizophrenia Patient Treatment) App, an intuitive iOS and Android mobile application aimed at inspiring and supporting young individuals living with schizophrenia, thereby improving their quality of life and that of their families. The app offered personalized treatment plans, engaging content, and a collaborative support network, cultivating a sense of community and emotional well-being. With a strong emphasis on data privacy and security, this ambitious initiative aimed to make a significant positive impact on schizophrenia management, while also setting new benchmarks in mental health technology and contributing to the DE stigmatization of mental health concerns.
App Maisters had proposed a comprehensive government-focused solution in the form of the PRIME App, intended for individuals recently diagnosed with psychotic spectrum disorders, prodromal psychosis, or those at Clinical High Risk for developing psychosis. The app facilitated peer interactions and engagement with motivational coaches through a virtual community, empowering participants to work towards self-identified goals. Researchers and coaches could set personalized daily challenges for patients, while streamlined connectivity and easy sharing of moments enhanced community bonding. The app’s goal and challenges tracking system provided patients with a sense of empowerment over their treatment journey while contributing to valuable data collection for research purposes. The endorsement of the PRIME App demonstrated the government’s commitment to supporting innovative mental health technologies addressing crucial public health challenges, fostering enhanced mental health outcomes, and improving citizens’ access to care.