By acquiring Mental Apps, Tmm software pursues its objective of being an expert in remote monitoring of chronic diseases, other pathologies associated with mental health.
Over the past few years, the apTeleCare solution has been used for the telemonitoring of patients in various fields such as nephrology, oncology, addictology …
After a first experience in the field of addiction, Tmm software wanted to offer a solution adapted to psychiatry and benefit from the know-how and expertise of health professionals.
Tmm software knows that psychiatry is a field in which telemonitoring and therapeutic education have a real interest, because psychiatric disorders are sometimes linked to other pathologies (kidney failure, transplant, oncology, etc.), and require significant care.
The acquisition of Mental Apps allows Tmm software to benefit from the notoriety and the strong expertise of a scientific committee at the origin of the visionary creation of these digital health solutions, dedicated to the patients suffering from mental pathologies , especially depression.
Five clinical studies initiated by Mental Apps and very important hospitals such as APH Marseille, CHU Clermont-Ferrand and Bordeaux, have been launched. They will generate the collection of fundamental data from the use of the solution, which will then be integrated into the software environment of apTeleCare.
The founder of Mental Apps, Tmm software and their teams are delighted by this reciprocal enrichment, which proceeds from the same spirit of R&D, innovation and sustainable responses to the challenges of e-health.
About Tmm Software
Founded in 2009, Tmm software develops e-health software solutions for healthcare institutions, healthcare professionals and patients. The solutions are part of the patient’s care path: from the patient’s bed to his home through medical remote monitoring.
About Mental Apps
Created in 2016 by Dr. Laurent Zukervar, Mental Apps is a French digital health company dedicated to mental disorders. Its digital solutions help psychiatric and general practitioners to better follow their patients between two consultations.