Project

Recovery Cat

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Keywords

Keeping Patients With Chronic Mental Disorders Safe

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Recovery Cat is a digital application providing decision support for outpatients with severe mental diseases (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and recurrent depression) and their physicians. Unfortunately, many drugs only work for a few patients. For the clinical decision whether a patient responds to a drug and the treatment should therefore be continued or changed, physicians have to disentangle the time course of life events, symptoms, side effects and drug intake. Recovery Cat provides a digital decision support tool for outpatients with severe mental disorders and their physicians to achieve more collaborative and data driven decisions.

Jakob Kaminski
Jakob Kaminski
(Charité)

Project Lead

Alissa Rohrbach
Alissa Rohrbach
(Charité)

Project Lead

By tracing patients’ individual target symptoms, drug intake and side effects, Recovery Cat aims at early detection of non-response, sideeffects, and determining patients at risk. Recovery Cat is a customizable patient monitoring and therapy support app in its core and is directly integrated into a running therapy. It enables patients and doctors to make a decision together with the help of the evaluation dashboard. It helps patients and doctors to closer collaborate in finding the right medical treatment fast.

Recovery Cat is a highly interdisciplinary and experienced team from psychiatrists, psychotherapists, product strategists, over techies and UX/UI designers.The product is currently tested in a feasibility study in two psychatrics clinics, whilst the team is preparing its company company foundation, and is actively fundraising.

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Project Lead

Jakob Kaminski

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„Our digital solution Recovery Cat aims to improve psychiatric outpatient therapy through personalized therapy follow-ups and better data on medication adherence. Supported by the BIH DHA program, we built a truly patient-centered solution for personalized health care.“

Jakob Kaminski

(Charité)