Why make the switch?
For patients living with an eating disorder, tracking
dietary, cognitive and emotional habits is an unavoidable
part of each day. With the antiquated pen-and-paper
methodology, patients frequently do not complete their
homework and become demotivated and embarrassed as a
result. This perceived failure at treatment can lead
patients to devalue and dis-identify with their therapeutic
activities, compromising the therapeutic alliance or
resulting in stopping treatment early.
Recovery Record represents a superior alternative. It takes
proven behaviour monitoring techniques and combines them
with behaviour theory and game principals. The result is
that associations are created between monitoring behaviour
and a sense of control over ones environment and
self-efficacy. Patients become ‘good’ and competent at
homework completion, they develop context awareness and
build skills to change their own state.
Track & monitor
- Equip your patients with tools to make monitoring easier and more rewarding.
- Access a broad range of accurate, real-time information from patients that has been aggregated to help you to identify trends and triggers.
- Share information with patients, enabling them to gain personal insight.
Organise & Tailor
- Tailor the content and intensity of homework to meet your patients’ highly individualised needs.
- Effortlessly monitor patient progress between sessions, and make historical homework searchable.
- Share historical patient data with relevant members of an interdisciplinary treatment team to ensure appraisal by all of the complete clinical picture.
- With increased homework motivation and context information, you will be able to focus on what matters. You might even find Recovery Record frees up administration time, resulting in additional revenue.
- Patients expect the convenience of modern communication tools in all else that they do, now you can offer it to them for their care.