Getting Beyond the Stigma — The Cognitive Breakthrough for Depression
John Moe, comedian and former host of the NPR show “Wits,” explores this contradiction in his popular podcast “The Hilarious World of Depression.”
The episodes feature interviews with well-known comedians, including Dick Cavett and Andy Richter, sharing their stories of struggles with depression and how sometimes the person laughing hardest is hiding the most pain.
Jvion's Cognitive Machine Drives Individualized, Patient-specific Action that Includes Behavioral Health NeedsThis large safety-net hospital, headquartered in Cleveland, OH, is using Jvion’s Cognitive Machin...
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Statistically outperforms published prediction models using patient questionnaires
High risk group has 10 times the risk of developing an episode of major depression
Almost 7 percent of episodes could be prevented by acting on the 3 percent of patients at highest risk