We are in the middle of a mental health crisis. People all over the world cannot find treatments that work for them. Researchers are fighting to discover and design new treatments that help people, especially treatment-resistant patients. Patients face cost barriers that make it hard for them to afford the care they desperately need.
At Osmind, our mission is to maximize patient access to innovative mental health treatments. We want to promote worldwide healing and overcome this global crisis, especially for those who have been failed by the broken healthcare system.
We are working towards three specific goals:
To reach these goals, we must enable research that can help develop effective treatments and aggregate efficacy and quality data to tear down cost barriers imposed by insurance companies. We need effective, affordable mental health care for all.
We want to empower your mental health journey and are working to provide you the following (always for free, of course):
1) Determine if there are any clinical trials that you may be interested in and eligible for and provide you with that information. If you are interested in joining clinical trials for mental health, finding and enrolling in the right one can be extremely difficult, especially if it is a promising trial that can be filled quickly. We can help you find the optimal trials and help you enroll into the study.
2) Provide insights to you and your providers that help optimize your care in a personalized manner. Provide actionable insights that can help improve your treatment plan, decrease the amount of time it takes for you to feel better, and reduce trial-and-error approaches.
3) Help you aggregate all of your medical records into one place and allow you to take control of your own health and care journey. The healthcare system is notoriously fragmented and your healthcare data may be stuck in places where you can’t access it. We can help give you all your records so you can decide how or where they’re used. For example, you will not need to go to different care sites to ask for your records when you see any new clinicians that ask for your prior records.
Together, we can foster rigorous clinical evidence to help advance research and obtain insurance coverage that will help solve our world’s mental health crisis. If you have further questions, please read our letter about privacy.