BetterHelp is the world’s largest mental health platform, connecting over 16 thousand therapists to nearly two million patients. The company was founded in 2013 by Alon Matas and aims to reinvent the way behavioral and mental health services are delivered.
The sudden outbreak of covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown resulted in the need for an ubiquitous and accessible solution for mental health. Headspace was definitely one of the big winners of the Pandemic.
Woebot is an artificial intelligence chatbot that provides basic mental health care relief at all times, using principles of cognitive behavioral therapy.
Woebot has the potential to help millions, potentially billions, of people globally. And is desperately needed. Yet is ahead of its time and bleeding money. What to do? Go young!
Zencare is a digital platform that helps match people with high-quality, vetted mental health professionals.
Psious is a behavioral health technology company. Founded in 2013, it provides a virtual reality platform – Psious Toolsuite – aimed at improving mental health treatment through SAAS offering.
Non-profits aren’t known for being particularly data-driven. Crisis Text Line, however, views itself as a tech company first, helping folks with mental health challenges; it just so happens to be a non-profit. It has now amassed the most comprehensive real-time mental health data set to date.
Iodine is the ‘Yelp of Medicine,’ creating tremendous value by crowdsourcing reviews of pharmaceuticals to help patients make better-informed choices about their medications. But the question remains: can they capture any of that value?