Ehealth for practices

The number of digital services and possibilities is continually growing. With your smartphone, you have access to virtually anything. Including healthcare.

Ehealth is not something difficult and costly, or only accessible for large healthcare organisations. Practices too have the possibility to easily offer digitally enabled care to their patients. Do you want to offer better care and service? Start using ehealth.

Why ehealth?

By combining face to face sessions with the qualities of ehealth, you can offer more patients better treatment and service.

For example:

  • Routine tasks are perfomed by the patient at home. This leaves more time in the sessions
  • Patients can be easily monitored at any given time
  • Secured messaging prevents you from (the unsafe) e-mailing with patients
  • Patients become more actively involved in their treatment

The effect of using ehealth in your therapy, is that you can support your patients even when they’re not physically in your practice. You offer digitally enabled care.

Watch this video about advantages of ehealth for patients:


Why Minddistrict?

We have been developing ehealth since 2008, and we are continually improving our platform, catalogue and products.

If you start using Minddistrict now, you get:

  • Catalogue with online modules
  • Mobile app and diaries
  • Safe messaging service
  • Questionnaires
  • E-learning

On top of that, the Minddistrict platform contains a seamlessly integrated video tool for video sessions. All these features can be flexibly combined with each other and with face to face sessions.

At the same time we keep developing. This year we will introduce ‘mobile-first’ modules and launch the feature ‘social support network’, that enables patients to invite family and friends to their treatment.

How can I start?

Practices with 10 therapists or less can start using ehealth right away by requesting a platform on this website. The first month is a free trial.

Practices or organisations with more than 10 therapists can contact us for more information.

Read more

Would you like to know more about digitally enabled care?
Read the blogs in our Q&A series blogposts: