DocuMental has called an international consortium - INDICATOR-MIND: International Network for Digital Implementation: Care, Assessment, Treatment, Outcome and Research in Mental Health. INDICATOR-MIND involves a number of top-level clinicians and scientists from 22 countries (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Estonia, Georgia, Germany, India, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Uganda, UK, USA and Vietnam), having longstanding experience and highly recognized expertise in mental health area.
Further development of DocuMental is supported by Innovation founding from Estonian Connected Health in collaboration with Tallinn University of Technology, North Estonia Medical Centre and Estonian Genome Centre.
DocuMental is selected by EIT-Health as one of 21 finalists of Business Plan Aggregator 2016 among digital health innovations and it is the only finalist in the mental health sector.
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DocuMental’s first prototype was validated by an international network, involving highly experienced clinicians from Australia, UK, Germany, Sweden, Estonia, Poland and Czech Republic, through a pilot study, aiming to evaluate its feasibility.
Prof Philip Cowen from the University of Oxford, UK, Prof Oliver Pogarell from Munich University, Germany, Prof Sean Hood from The University of Western Australia, Australia, Prof Látalová Klára from Charles University, Czech Republic, Prof Bartosz Loza from Medical University of Warsaw, Poland, and Dr Innar Tõru from the University of Tartu, Estonia had used DocuMental applications in real practice and stated that DocuMental is enhancing their clinical job, covering all necessary assessment aspects and that they would continuously use it in everyday practice.
DocuMental is one of three winners of EIT Health Commercialisation Funding grand at EIT Health CLC Scandinavia Accelerator.