Fierce Healthcare September 7, 2022
Annie Burky

Juli, an artificial-intelligence-powered chronic condition platform, leverages technology to give patients insight to better manage their chronic mental health disorders. New research suggests that the combination of digital self-monitoring, AI and personalized behavioral changes can relieve troubling psychological symptoms. 

Juli was founded by tech veteran Bettina Hein with the desire to support conditions like bipolar disorder that require specialized mental health care. The app tracks behavioral patterns to pinpoint triggers and help patients avoid eliciting a manic-depressive cycle. This week, the app revealed research that showed 55.5% of users of its app reported a reduction in mania or hypomania after using the app for eight weeks. The app also has interfaces to help people manage conditions like depression, migraines, asthma,...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Apps, Digital Health, Mental Health, Provider, Survey / Study, Technology, Trends
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