Norse Feedback is a dynamic feedback tool that adapts to the individual.
The system is developed based on patients and practitioners needs. It’s a digital system, and learns from the patient responses so that the later assessments after a screening, will be individually personalized going forward.
The system has a high focus on user friendliness and data security. It’s already in use by public and private health organizations today.
It’s possible to make Norse Mental Health and Substance Use available to those that want it in this current pandemic situation.
Norse can quickly be made available for practitioners, therapists and patients. Patients can monitor themselves and clinics can assist and see how it’s going with the patients.
This can be helpful especially in a situation where monitoring has to be done remotely, rather than using in person meetings.
This system can alert and give information to practitioners as to who’s having a difficult time or have risk factors showing in their responses.
Given that it’s a difficult situation to manage, this can help avoid anyone slipping through the cracks and make sure everyone gets treatment and care.
Especially those that might need it the most.