Source: Constant Therapy Health Copyright: Constant Therapy Health URL: License: Licensed by the authors Constant Therapy Announces Publication of Study Demonstrating Improved Outcomes for Poststroke Patients Using Its Digital Speech, Language, and Cognitive Therapy Constant Therapy Partners With Leading Research Institutions to Discover New Clinical Insights in Brain Science With Real-world Data From Its Brain Rehabilitation Database   Lexington, MA – July 20, 2022 – Constant Therapy Health, a brain health digital therapeutics company, announced today the publication of a dosage study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research entitled, “Dosage Frequency Effects on Treatment Outcomes Following Self-managed Digital Therapy: Retrospective Cohort Study.” TheRead More →

Source: The authors Copyright: The authors URL: License: CC-BY SHANGHAI, China – Playing online coloring games promotes people’s mental well-being and reduces anxiety in the time of COVID-19 according to a study conducted by a joint research team of multiple universities. The study demonstrates that game companies and researchers can work together to do more when facing global crises. The COVID-19 pandemic has threatened people’s physical health as well as their mental health. Distress, depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress syndrome, and insomnia are prevalent among people during the pandemic. Those negative psychological effects have even caused greater social harm than the virus itself and have spreadRead More →

Source: The authors Copyright: The authors URL: License: CC-BY For more information or to interview spokespeople, please contact Genevieve Lazar, Communications Officer at FiMT on or 07305 149150. London, United Kingdom, June 21, 2022:  A new smartphone app, which has been made available to the public today, has been found to be successful in helping UK veterans to reduce alcohol consumption. The 28-day brief alcohol intervention app was tested with more than 120 UK veterans as part of a trial funded by Forces in Mind Trust. After using the Drinks:Ration app, veterans consumed 28 fewer units of alcohol (approximately 9 pints of standard UK beer) overRead More →

Source: Freepik Copyright: URL: License: Licensed by JMIR A recently published study ( suggests that health systems need a mixed integrative and collaborative redesign strategy to build a resilient supply chain while minimizing costs and complexity, and making it responsive enough. The research team at the Health Administration Research Consortium at the University of Colorado Denver studied the strategies used by major health systems around the United States to address current and future supply chain challenges. Their article titled “Integration vs Collaborative Redesign Strategies of Health Systems’ Supply Chains in the Post–COVID-19 New Normal: Cross-sectional Survey Across the United States” found that health systems decideRead More →

Source: Freepik Copyright: URL: License: Licensed by JMIR DENVER, Colorado, May 6, 2022 — For US health systems, valuing diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the workforce is vital to serving the emerging needs of a diverse patient population. The much-aspired patient-centered care is feasible when the approach and focus are shifted to enable health systems to improve care quality and the patient experience of diverse patients. Published in the JMIR Formative Research, the study titled “Valuing Diversity and Inclusion in Health Care to Equip the Workforce: Survey Study and Pathway Analysis” [] asks the following questions: Can the health care workforce leverage the educational pipeline to fulfillRead More →