Rose is a mental health ecosystem with powerful backend analytics that supports mental health and well-being while also enabling health systems to collect the key data needed to improve care.
Patients have the opportunity to submit a daily journal entry to document how they are feeling. This will automatically come to your dashboard where you can open and view their entry to stay more connected to how they are doing on a daily basis.
This allows you to monitor your patients remotely and enables more effective treatment plants based on real-time updates.
For patients that are at risk you will see their name move into either the Yellow Alert or the Red Alert. If this happens you have the ability to reach out to them through the app, or even send for transportation if you believe they are in danger.
Mental health can change day-to-day. Rose tracks mental health in real-time alerting the provider of any signs of decompensation allowing early detection and intervention.
By augmenting in-person care, Rose is a low-cost solution for remote patient monitoring allowing high quality care without high cost. With Rose, healthcare is more efficient and effective driving down expenditures.
Driven by technology, Rose can be scaled quickly while ensuring high quality of care. The Rose team provides hands on training as needed to allow successful integration.
Rose collects key performance indicators automatically just by the patients and providers using the application. This data can be accessible at a high scale and used for reimbursement rates, as well as in a value-based care market.
Patients benefits from virtual and real-time connection between themselves and their provider.
Patients get the benefit of curated educational self-help resources and tips to support their progress.
Patients can track progress with a mood monitoring dashboard based on daily check-ins, and document notes and topics for their next appointment.
Studies demonstrate significant improvement in mood and anxiety when patients engage in self-care between appointments.
Rose has been clinically proven to improve patient outcomes. In a Johns Hopkins IRB study, participants saw improvement within 5 weeks of use.
A care group specializing in Internal Medicine, Rheumatology, and Family Medicine turned to Rose in response to an increasing number of patients presenting with mental health concerns. Rose provided a simple and out-of-the-box solution to address this need by remotely monitoring patients' mental health.