Better Data. Better Care. Better Outcomes.

The Companion mobile monitoring system delivers evidence-based data to inform proactive mental health care.

A Digital Vital Sign for Behavioral Health

It’s hard to manage what you can’t measure. That’s why care improves and costs drop when objective data informs decisions. And that’s the data you get from the Companion mental health monitoring system.

About CompanionMx

A digital health technology company with a proven platform for proactive mobile mental health monitoring.

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About the Companion™ System

A mobile app that uses artificial intelligence, and a clinician dashboard for better decision making.

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3 Ways To Benefit

Better Data

Use objective data instead of subjective self-reports. See trends over time instead of relying on recall of recent events. Fulfill the promise of value-based medicine.

Better Care

See metrics correlated to four indicators of mental health in an easy-to-read online dashboard. Work with more-engaged patients and make better clinical decisions.

Better Outcomes

Address mental health issues before they escalate. Improve depression symptoms. Reduce mental health’s burden on comorbid conditions. Get patients better faster.

Why Companion

One in five people suffer from a mental health issue. And mental health care improves when clinicians and patients recognize symptoms early. But it is often very difficult for doctors to know how patients are doing between clinic visits.

Track indicators of Mental health

The Companion™ mobile monitoring system passively tracks behavioral indicators of mental health. Moreover, Companion’s acoustic biomarker—a proprietary analysis of voice features—provides unique and proven insights into mood states.

Companion™ securely captures, analyzes, stores, and provides feedback

Symptoms targeted:

  • Mood. Depressed mood most of the day
  • Out and about. Diminished interest or pleasure in all or most activities
  • Socially connected. Avoidance of activities, places, people
  • Energized. Fatigue or loss of energy
“The use of mobile and wireless technologies to support the achievement of health objectives (mHealth) has the potential to transform the face of health service delivery across the globe.” – World Health Organization