Mental Healthtech Startup Thalamos Nabs €1M To Empower Health & Social Care Professionals
To digitize mental health, London based Thalamos secures €1M .
With an aim to digitize mental health, the startup Thalamos has raised $1 million in seed funding round. Backed by Ascension’s Conduit Impact EIS Fund and angel investors including Syndicate Room and a private Seedrs crowdfund.
This investment comes at a time for a startup when mental health tech startups all around the globe are being funded highly. Some of the famous startups which have appeared on the horizon are Nilo, Takalam and Mindgram.
Mental Health Crisis
These startups with their dynamic solutions- is the manifestation of fact that mental health is important. As per WHO report 1 in every 8 person around the world has some kind of mental disorder. And the effective use of technology such as mental health apps and platforms can make them cope up with different therapies and procedures.
Thalmos: Digitizes Mental Health
But Thalamos is different- founded in 2018 by Arden and Ross Tomison. Thalamos aims to end the long paper trail of forms which have to be circulated and approved before the care process.
Determined to create a secure, kinder and more efficient way for people to access acute mental health care, the founders are set to design a digital solution to provide a faster route to vital care.
The startup is already working with seven mental health care providers across England-including NHS, emergency services and private practitioners. Giving over 40,000 practitioners access to digital tools required to speed up access to care for the ones in crisis. It also provides digitized versions of the forms for admission, treatment, transfer and discharge under the Mental Health Act.
Founder Arden Tomison of Thalamos said
“At Thalamos, we’re working closely with mental health care providers across England to deliver a fully digitised solution which makes access to acute care swifter, simpler and safer. This is helping practitioners speed up the arrangement of patient admission, treatment and transfer, while increasing data security and care quality.”