The VA Battles America’s Veteran Mental Health Crisis With Telehealth

Originally published in the Wharton Public Policy Initiative’s Student Blog, written by NeuroFlow Associate Sitara Shirol and Matthew Current    One in every four active duty members of the United States military exhibit symptoms of mental illness, which are mostly … Continue Reading

Pairing in Progress: Students, with Tech, See Improved Outcomes on Campus

Originally appeared in Medium, written by NeuroFlow COO Adam Pardes. A college freshman faces many decisions early in his or her undergraduate career. The burdens mount quickly — the financial pressures, academic workloads, and the challenge of sorting through the new people … Continue Reading

NeuroFlow Core Values

1. Dare to be great 2. Have a healthy disregard for the impossible 3. Move fast and decisively with courage 4. Communicate openly and often 5. Embrace a yes mentality and lead with proposals 6. Make complex and powerful things … Continue Reading

NeuroFlow Monitors Brain Health in Real Time

Originally appeared in InnovationFWD, written by Shabaig Chatha. Roughly 20 veterans commit suicide daily, according to the United States Department of Veteran Affairs. And about one out of five experience post-traumatic stress disorder in a given year. This is not … Continue Reading

Bringing the Digital Health Revolution to Mental Wellness

Originally published in Medium, by Nathan Frey of WeissTechHouse. There is a sense that with regards to mental health care, America could be doing better. While debates about the Affordable Care Act and basic health services rage on, the issue … Continue Reading