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Ieso secures finalist hat trick in three UK industry awards

Ieso secures finalist hat trick in three UK industry awards

Ieso Digital Health, the UK’s leading provider of online mental healthcare, today announces that the company has been shortlisted in three separate, prestigious UK industry awards programmes including; UK IT Industry Awards 17, Health Services Journal Awards 17 and the Digital Entrepreneur Awards 2017.

Ieso is already transforming mental health delivery in the UK, by making high quality, evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) available to more than 9 million people. Ieso is available through the NHS as part of Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT).

Speaking about Ieso Digital Health’s shortlisting, Rob Brougham, UK, MD commented:

“Being shortlisted for some of the most esteemed awards’ programmes in the UK IT and Health industries is an exceptional achievement and one which signals recognition of Ieso’s outstanding capabilities. Technology and innovation are at the heart of Ieso’s patient-centred approach and these short listings validate our unmatched expertise in digital health and how Ieso is a true game changer in effecting transformation in mental health delivery in the UK.”

By the end of 2017, more than 100,000 therapy hours will have been delivered, making Ieso the UK’s largest provider of online CBT. Ieso’s published and auditable outcomes have been consistently superior to NHS averages in the most commonly presenting mental health conditions. Ieso’s breakthrough service has recently been introduced in the US. The business has assembled one of the most experienced mental healthcare management teams to drive adoption in both markets comprising world class data scientists, renowned Artificial Intelligence development experts, first class clinicians, outstanding therapists and highly experienced executive leadership.

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