Ieso Digital Health named as one of the UK’s Top 10 Disruptors in the ‘Sunday Times Virgin Media Business Disruptors to Watch 10’ Powered by Fast Track.

Ieso Digital Health named as one of the UK’s Top 10 Disruptors in the ‘Sunday Times Virgin Media Business Disruptors to Watch 10’ Powered by Fast Track.

Ieso Digital Health has been named in the Disruptor 10, part of the Sunday Times Virgin Media Business Fast Track 100, which ranks Britain’s 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.

Ieso Digital Health is the UK’s leading provider of online, evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy and serves its customers in the US from its offices in Dallas. To select the Disruptor 10, Fast Track researched and identified some of the UK’s most disruptive private companies and worked with Virgin Media Business to select the best. The ten companies are recognized for having a business model, product or service that is creating a new market, or transforming existing markets and rapidly taking market share from competitors. Previous nominees have included Blockchain and TransferWise (among others), all driven by their innovative thinking, investment in technology and finding new solutions to old problems.

Ieso Digital Health has been recognised for its outstanding business model and cutting edge technology, which is helping people with anxiety, depression and other common mental health problems to get better faster, by making high-quality therapy accessible, affordable and accountable. Ieso’s online CBT, which has been clinically proven in a study published in The Lancet, is available on the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), and is available in the US to payors, employers and the military.

Speaking about the announcement, Dan Clark, President and CEO of Ieso Digital Health, said: “Ieso is pleased to be acknowledged for changing the status quo in mental health service provision. It is our belief that better access and lower cost can indeed be achieved whilst simultaneously improving quality. What we are seeing is that we can help clinicians perform better and get patients well again more quickly, which is what we all want. It’s a change that is badly needed and we are excited to be at the leading edge of this transformation.”

Peter Kelly, Managing Director of Virgin Media Business, commented:

“We are delighted to reveal this year’s finalists who have seen an opportunity and made it their purpose to either disrupt long established markets and practices or create entirely new ones to great success.”

Published 03 Dec 2017