RALEIGH, N.C. - Apr. 6, 2018
...we think tracking fitness data is an important step in helping veterans and other individuals facing mental health challenges with measuring positive progress. Faro10 will be adding Fitbit data to our mental health tracking App in 2018, and hope this helps our veterans...
RALEIGH, N.C. - Apr. 5, 2018 -
Prolonged Recruitment can cost up to $8M per day
"...the No. 1 cause of delays in clinical trials is the failure to recruit sufficient patients in a timely manner, Schafer said. Indeed, more than 80 percent of all clinical trials fail to meet their patient recruitment targets, according to the National Institutes of Health." "For the drug companies that hire CROs, time is most definitely money, lots and lots of money. Every day that a blockbuster drug is delayed from winning regulatory approval can mean as much as $8 million in lost sales"
RALEIGH, N.C. - Mar. 31, 2018 - Faro10 is proud to support the NC NAMI Walk on April 14th. Come and learn more about Faro10 at our booth.,
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. - Mar. 23, 2018 - With a rate of 1 in 5 teens and adults struggling with depression,
it is highly likely that some portion of your employees are serving as primary care givers, and required to be out of office to support in this capacity multiple times per week potentially.
Enabling employers to reduce employee stress, absenteeism, lost productivity, and health-care costs due to employee care-giving for family.
RALEIGH, N.C. - March 21, 2018 - Faro10 announces corporate partnership with Benchmarks
Faro10 is proud to announce that they are a new corporate partner with NC-based Benchmarks, an alliance of behavioral health organizations advocating for children and families.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. - Jan. 13, 2018 - PRLog -- On January 24th, Faro10 will host a
meeting for parents of teens, to talk frankly about how to spot mental distress in their teen and give them
tools to use to help them.
Faro10, a mental health app and analytics company, is hosting an event on January 24th for parents to learn more about how they can recognize the signs of mental distress in their teen and seek help for them.
Durham, NC - Nov 3, 2017 WRAL Tech Wire - NC IDEA picks 11 finalists for $50K startup
Eleven emerging startups, including seven from the Triangle, are finalists for the latest round of startup grants from NC IDEA.
JOSH ROBERTO - Oct. 21, 2017 - Using Measurement Data Encourages Treatment Compliance
Anyone that's been through therapy for a mental illness has likely experienced treatment fatigue. Treatment requires a lot of work, and is a long process of ups and downs, with some days better than others. Because of this effort, it is easy to get discouraged when progress is tough to recognize, but the challenges so apparent.
By integrating a measured approach into treatment, both patient and clinician can easily view progress. And not at a subjective level clouded with uncertainty, but rather concrete statistics. This data provides reassurance to individuals that even though things may be difficult, they are in fact getting better. Or conversely, it provides evidence that treatment is not working and that it may be time to try something new. Imagine a runner training for a race, trying to improve their speed without the ability to monitor time or distance. How would they know if they're getting faster?
When starting a treatment plan, patients must be prepared with realistic expectations of progress. There is no magic pill that is going to cure all. Progress is not going to be rapid and profound, but rather slow and difficult at times. Clinicians and Care Givers should regularly remind patients of this, and convey the importance of measuring progress. One method of doing this is by consistently using that measurement data with the patient. With the ability for patients to enter and track data such as mood, social interactions, medication compliance and Care Giver feedback, Clinicians and Patients can spend the majority of their time in sessions focused on treatment, not getting caught up on what happened since their last session.
For patients, the ability for clinicians to access and track their data between sessions (and for clinicians to reach out to the patient with a message if necessary) motivates them to work harder for the next week. Care coordination happens much more quickly with Faro10, as well. Instead of wasting valuable time playing phone tag, therapist and psychiatrist can communicate with one another immediately.
When both Clinician and Patient embrace this measured approach, the treatment process can become more focused and measured with the availability of meaningful data.
RALEIGH-DURHAM, N.C. - Oct. 10, 2017 - PRLog - After a successful pilot with NC-based Carolina
Partners, today marks the formal launch date for Faro10.
Faro10 includes a fully featured SaaS application for clinicians to review treatment performance measures, as well as a mobile application for patients to record their mental health symptoms in-between appointments.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. - Jun 12, 2017 - ePRnews - Faro10 is a mental health analytics
solution for clinicians and their patients.
Faro10 will be presenting their business plan for the first time on June 14, 2017 to 1 million cups in RTP. Faro10 is seeking an initial $50,000 investment to build an android app and execute hipaa compliance.