The AIMS Center is developing an online registry designed to facilitate delivery of effective, evidence-based integrated mental health at school-based health clinics and to track student mental health data alongside academic data provided by the Seattle Public School district.
The AIMS Center uses web-based and mobile technologies to improve the health and mental health of populations and to facilitate effective integrated care. We develop, test, and study the cost-effectiveness of mobile health solutions and telehealth technologies to improve access to effective integrated care. In addition, our web-based Care Management Tracking System (CMTS) facilitates high quality, evidence-based Collaborative Care for various behavioral health conditions and chronic diseases and is an integral part of many of our projects.
The AIMS Center developed a custom software system to support Dr. Kathleen Myers’ Children's ADHD Telemental Health Treatment Study. Myers’ research project is the first large randomized clinical trial to examine the effectiveness of telemental health as a service delivery model.
A cutting edge research project designed to guide clinicians through problem-solving treatment (PST) options based on data mined from the original IMPACT trial.