With a strong local angle, Local Growth Hub (Liverpool City Region) reported on the Health Innovation Exchange introducing us to Liverpool John Moores University for the evaluation and assessment of our mental health care pathways.
Liverpool Business News covered our partnership with the Health Innovation Exchange project, through which we work with Liverpool John Moores University's Improving Access to the Psychological Therapies (IAPT) team to evaluate and assess our care pathways for the UK market.
Regional business website for the North West of England covered the news that Oh My Mood is developing its blended care pathways programme for the UK market, with support from the Health Innovation Exchange (HIE) project.
Digital Health Age covered our official launch in a news article on their website. "A newly launched digital health company is wanting to make mental health more easily accessible and effective by blending care pathways."
The launch of Oh My Mood was featured in the Liverpool Echo. The newspaper article led with the fact that three in four mental health illnesses start in childhood, yet 75% of young people with mental health problems do not receive the treatment they need. The article looks at how Oh My Mood plans to change all that.