By Gillian Drukmaler | Intern If you are reading this, it’s likely that you know at least one family member, friend, colleague, or acquaintance who has suffered or is suffering from mental illness. Or, that person may very well be yourself. There is no escaping mental illness, it hits very close to home for so many of us. As reported by the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 […]
By Gillian Drukmaler | Intern Mobile health, digital therapeutics, wearable devices, SMS communication, and AI. These are just a few of the many ways that digital health has made its way into our everyday lives. With the rapid shift to digitization, traditional healthcare as we used to know it has changed drastically. Let’s face it, digital health is now highly […]
By Amos Adler | Co-Founder, CEO Here we are, most of us, stuck at home, some not working at all, others working more than we have in a long time. And then there are those who are working on the front lines, putting themselves and their own family members in […]
Advocating for people that matter in digital health communications. By Wenjia Zhou | Lead Business Analyst, UX/UI With the new digital revolution that is hitting healthcare, the potential for innovative change and improved patient outcomes is within reach. Better connectivity, coordination, engagement and patient outcomes are expected from new technologies […]
We here at MEMOTEXT are so lucky!For 8 years, we’ve been privileged to build some very powerful and meaningful digital health engagement programs. Powerful and empowering. Powerful in their impact, powerful in their scalability, and empowering in their design and effect. We’ve been lucky to generate scores of positive outcomes for […]
Looking back on MEMOTEXT’s accomplishments this fall
Posted on December 2, 2015 by Noah Nemoy
This autumn has been an exciting time for MEMOTEXT. In September our Founder and President Amos Adler had the opportunity to be a main stage speaker at Stanford Medicine X 2015. Presenting the abstract: “Using Disparate Data to Personalize Digital Health Behavior Change Interventions” Amos rocked the crowd explaining the MEMOTEXT methodology. He had a fantastic time at the event and the “Cat pics + health data = behavior change” line got a substantial amount of press coverage.
Posted on November 20, 2015 by Amos Adler
Using digital engagement to increase medication adherence is our novel solution to a complex problem. With non-adherence caused by multiple factors unique to each individual patient, a-one-size-fits-all-solution can’t work and won’t work. Instead, at MEMOTEXT we personalize each patient’s support program. By encouraging patient input, adapting to changes in mood and lifestyle, we can develop a medication adherence and support program that works best.
Posted on October 02, 2015 by Amos Adler
Keywords: #MedXHangover #EmpathyX #MedXorcism, #ActionX
So I’m currently suffering from what’s known as #MedXHangover. Its real, I assure you. Fortunately I don’t have #SyndromeX, a condition associated with attending uncomfortable doctor-patient simulations to simulate uncomfortable doctor-patient interactions.
Posted on September 30, 2015 by Bill Simpson
As the Director of Scientific Development for MEMOTEXT I am honoured to have been invited to speak at this year’s Canadian Psychiatric Association (CPA) annual conference. The 2015 conference runs from Annual Conference October 1st – 3rd in Vancouver, British Columbia. I will be speaking at the “A clinician’s guide to mental health apps.” symposium on Thursday, October 1st at 10:15 PST. The focus of my contribution will be on mHealth and its capacity to affect positive behavioural change.
Abstract: “Using Disparate Data to Personalize Digital Health Behavior Change Interventions” to be presented at conference main stage
Toronto, ON September 16, 2015 – MEMOTEXT is pleased to announce that our Founder and President Amos Adler will be a main stage speaker at Stanford Medicine X 2015. Running from September 23-27 in the heart of Silicon Valley, Medicine X is a catalyst for sharing new ideas on the intersection of healthcare and emerging technologies. Hosted by Stanford University, Medicine X brings together both business and academia for a 4 day conversation on the future of healthcare.