Individual Consumer Platform Features

What we offer individual consumers

 

We offer the general public access to our free web, tablet and mobile enabled, self help digital health programs through an evaluation study. We have programs for mental health symptoms such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia and benzodiazepine dependence, as well as programs to improve general wellbeing. We are also trialling a ‘real time’ crisis and suicide prevention self-help tool called iConsiderLife. Scroll over the pictures below to learn more about our programs.

 

  • We Offer a Range of Free Mental Health & Wellness Digital Health Programs
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  • Use the 'On the Go' Tools When You Are Out & About
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  • Monitor your Mood & Daily Lifestyle Events such as social contact levels, sleep and alcohol use
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  • ADD YOUR WEARABLE FITBIT DEVICE TO THE PLATFORM
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  • Use the Graph System to Assist You to Better See Connections between Mood & Lifestyle Events
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  • SWITCH ON THE PLATFORM MONITORING TO RECEIVE ALERTS IF YOU START TO HEAD OFF TRACK
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Our digital health programs typically consist of several modules providing you with evidence-based information through text, video, audio, graphics, online activities / games, self-monitoring forms, and PDF downloads. Our programs are accompanied with the My Digital Health dashboard, offering you some additional features. If you would like to learn more about the My Digital Health dashboard and program features, please click on the buttons below.

 

My Dashboard

 

  • The My Dashboard is your My Digital Health ‘home’ page that contains several different ‘widgets’. These widgets contain key information (e.g., when your next scheduled program survey is, how much of the program you have completed), a mini version of your self-monitoring graph and quick action buttons (e.g., to ‘On the Go’ tools) so you can quickly get to these areas.

 

My Timeline
 

  • The My Timeline section provides you with a visual display of when you have logged on and off, when you received an email from My Digital Health, when you completed a scheduled assessment, when you have completed a module, etc. This helps you to easily keep track of what you have been doing within My Digital Health from the very beginning.

 

Platform Monitoring
 

  • If you would like the My Digital Health platform to monitor your Daily Survey (self monitoring) scores, you can ‘opt in’ and ask it to. Here, the platform will monitor your Daily Survey scores over time and if your scores start to indicate that things are not going too well for you, My Digital Health will send you an email to let you know and also provide you with some recommendations and helpful tools that will hopefully assist you to get you back on track earlier. Please note that should never solely rely on this feature in relation to your own healthcare. This platform monitoring feature is just one piece of information for you to consider.

 

My Inbox
 

  • The My Inbox acts as a repository for all the emails that are sent to you. My Digital Health will send you the occasion automated email when there are important things happening (e.g., when a new module has been released, when it is time to do a program assessment, a daily reminder to do your self monitoring survey). You will receive an email that goes to your general email account (the one that you signed up with) and we also place a copy of this email in your ‘My Inbox’.

 

My Profile
 

  • The My Profile section is a place where you can nominate if and at what time you would like to receive daily reminders around completing the Daily Survey. You can also change the way My Digital Health addresses you, update your email address and password and even withdraw / opt out from the current program that you are doing and start a new one.

 

'On the Go' Tools
 

  • Within many of the My Digital Health programs we have inserted an ‘On the Go’ Tools page. This page provides you with a quick and easy way to access many of the program strategy tools in the one spot (e.g., self monitoring practise forms, guided audios, videos, pdf downloads). This saves you having to drill down into one of the modules to find it.

 

My Daily Monitoring
 

  • The My Daily Monitoring has two sections. The first is the ‘Daily Survey’ which contains your daily self monitoring form and the second section has your interactive self monitoring graph. Also within this section there is a ‘Connect’ or ‘Disconnect’ from FitBit button.

 

  • Your ‘Daily Survey’ self-monitoring data (with or without adding a FitBit connection) is auto-populated into the interactive self monitoring graph. From here you can then select what time period you wish to view your self monitoring data and what things / variables you wish to look at in isolation or in combination (e.g., depressive symptoms, hours slept and alcohol intake).

 

  • You decide what variables you wish to track and the choices include: mood ratings (stress, anxiety, depression, optimism), hours slept, social contact levels, number of steps taken, nutritional quality of daily intake, average daily heart rate, over use of alcohol and caffeine, non-adherence to prescribed medication and use of recreational drugs. You can even add in comments, so when you look at the graph scores a little down the track, you can better recall what happened 1, 2, 3 months ago.

 

My Tutorial
 

  • The My Tutorial section contains a variety of walk through videos that explain the key features of the My Digital Health dashboard and the digital health programs – just in case you ever get stuck.

 

My Journal
 

  • The My Journal is a common feature within the My Digital Health programs. My Journal is a place where you can jot down your thoughts over time. This might be about the digital health program that you are currently doing, it could be about your life more generally, or even about a specific topic that you would like to track over time. Alternatively, you might prefer to use it to dot point the things that you need to do each day or list the things that you end up during the day. You might even use it as an electronic shopping list.

 

My Progress Graphs
 

  • The My Progress Graphs section provides you with the total scores from several of the key scheduled program questionnaires that you have completed and are displayed on a bar graph. This can help you to better keep track of what changes are occurring, over time, in the main symptom areas.

 

Safety Plan
 

  • Within My Profile, there is a second section that contains a ‘Safety Plan‘. If you would like to activate it, you simply click on the activate button and then fill it out (and edit it down the track if you would like). This Safety Plan will be available to you as long as you have a My Digital Health account (regardless of whether or not you are currently doing one of the My Digital Health programs).

 

Helpful Tips
 

  • Within the My Digital Health programs there is also a Helpful Tips page. Similar to the My Tutorial, this section provides you with information and guidance about the My Digital Health platform features in text form, as well as additional information about the specific program that you are you doing.

 

 

Our digital health programs typically consist of several modules providing you with evidence-based information through text, video, audio, graphics, online activities / games, self-monitoring forms, and PDF downloads. Our programs are accompanied with the My Digital Health dashboard, offering you some additional features. If you would like to learn more about the My Digital Health dashboard and program features, please click on the buttons below.

 

+ My Dashboard

 

The ‘My Dashboard’ is your My Digital Health ‘home’ page that contains several different ‘widgets’. These widgets contain key information (e.g., when your next scheduled program survey is, how much of the program you have completed), a mini version of your self-monitoring graph and quick action buttons (e.g., to ‘On the Go’ tools) so you can quickly get to these areas.

 

+ My Inbox

 

The ‘My Inbox’ acts as a repository for all the emails that are sent to you. My Digital Health will send you the occasion automated email when there are important things happening (e.g., when a new module has been released, when it is time to do a program assessment, a daily reminder to do your self monitoring survey). You will receive an email that goes to your general email account (the one that you signed up with) and we also place a copy of this email in your ‘My Inbox’.

 

+ My Daily Monitoring

 

The ‘My Daily Monitoring’ has two sections. The first is the ‘Daily Survey’ which contains your daily self monitoring form and the second section has your interactive self monitoring graph. Also within this section there is a ‘Connect’ or ‘Disconnect’ from fitbit button.

Your ‘Daily Survey’ self-monitoring data (with or without adding a fitbit connection) is auto-populated into the interactive self monitoring graph. From here you can then select what time period you wish to view your self monitoring data and what things / variables you wish to look at in isolation or in combination (e.g., depressive symptoms, hours slept and alcohol intake).

You decide what variables you wish to track and the choices include: mood ratings (stress, anxiety, depression, optimism), hours slept, social contact levels, number of steps taken, nutritional quality of daily intake, average daily heart rate, over use of alcohol and caffeine, non-adherence to prescribed medication and use of recreational drugs. You can even add in comments, so when you look at the graph scores a little down the track, you can better recall what happened 1, 2, 3 months ago.

 

+ My Progress Graphs

 

The ‘My Progress Graphs’ section provides you with the total scores from several of the key scheduled program questionnaires that you have completed and are displayed on a bar graph. This can help you to better keep track of what changes are occurring, over time, in the main symptom areas.

 

+ My Timeline

 

The ‘My Timeline’ section provides you with a visual display of when you have logged on and off, when you received an email from My Digital Health, when you completed a scheduled assessment, when you have completed a module, etc. This helps you to easily keep track of what you have been doing within My Digital Health from the very beginning.

 

+ My Profile

 

The ‘My Profile’ section is a place where you can nominate if and at what time you would like to receive daily reminders around completing the Daily Survey. You can also change the way My Digital Health addresses you, update your email address and password and even withdraw / opt out from the current program that you are doing and start a new one.

 

+ My Tutorial

 

The ‘My Tutorial’ section contains a variety of walk through videos that explain the key features of the My Digital Health dashboard and the digital health programs – just in case you ever get stuck.

 

+ My Safety Plan

 

Within My Profile, there is a second section that contains a ‘Safety Plan’. If you would like to activate it, you simply click on the activate button and then fill it out (and edit it down the track if you would like). This Safety Plan will be available to you as long as you have a My Digital Health account (regardless of whether or not you are currently doing one of the My Digital Health programs).

 

+ Platform Monitoring

 

If you would like the My Digital Health platform to monitor your Daily Survey (self monitoring) scores, you can ‘opt in’ and ask it to. Here, the platform will monitor your Daily Survey scores over time and if your scores start to indicate that things are not going too well for you, My Digital Health will send you an email to let you know and also provide you with some recommendations and helpful tools that will hopefully assist you to get you back on track earlier. However you should never solely rely on this feature in relation to your own healthcare. This platform monitoring feature is just one piece of information for you to consider.

 

+ 'On the Go' tools

 

Within many of the My Digital Health programs we have inserted an ‘On the Go’ tools page. This page provides you with a quick and easy way to access many of the program strategy tools in the one spot (e.g., self monitoring practise forms, guided audios, videos, pdf downloads). This saves you having to drill down into one of the modules to find it.

 

+ My Journal

 

The ‘My Journal’ is a common feature within the My Digital Health programs. My Journal is a place where you can jot down your thoughts over time. This might be about the digital health program that you are currently doing, it could be about your life more generally, or even about a specific topic that you would like to track over time. Alternatively, you might prefer to use it to dot point the things that you need to do each day or list the things that you end up during the day. You might even use it as an electronic shopping list.

 

+ My Journal

 

The ‘My Journal’ is a common feature within the My Digital Health programs. My Journal is a place where you can jot down your thoughts over time. This might be about the digital health program that you are currently doing, it could be about your life more generally, or even about a specific topic that you would like to track over time. Alternatively, you might prefer to use it to dot point the things that you need to do each day or list the things that you end up during the day. You might even use it as an electronic shopping list.

 

+ Helpful Tips

 

Within the My Digital Health programs there is also a ‘Helpful Tips’ page. Similar to the My Tutorial, this section provides you with information and guidance about the My Digital Health platform features in text form, as well as additional information about the specific program that you are you doing.

 

 

If you are interested in learning more about what digital health programs we currently have available, please click here