The Leader in Precision Psychiatry
Altimate is leading the development of precision psychiatry, enabling physicians, payors, and pharmaceutical companies to identify the best treatments for patients with behavioral health conditions. We combine advances in modern neuroscience, data analytics, and health economics to identify patients at risk, and then guide treatment decisions based on objective, scientific measures.
For Health Insurance and Workers Compensation Companies
Seven percent of the full time US workforce experienced major depression this past year. Ineffectively treated depression costs healthcare payers between $29 billion and $48 billion every year; undiagnosed or ineffectively treated patients cost four times more in annual payor healthcare expenditures. Workers with ineffectively treated depression miss thirty more days of work per year than those in effective treatment.
Altimate’s solutions will help you proactively identify patients at risk for depression and other behavioral health disorders, so they can be referred for diagnosis and effective treatment.
At Altimate we believe that we can make psychiatric care more personalized and patient-centric.
In the US healthcare system, primary care is the front line in treating behavioral health disorders. But primary care physicians typically do not have the time or training to diagnose complex conditions, and as a practical matter rely on a few trusted medications out of the over one hundred available.
Altimate’s solutions will help guide the course of treatment most likely to be effective for each patient. Saving not just the cost of ineffective treatments and co-morbidities, but the human suffering associated with misdiagnosed or incorrectly treated conditions.
Altimate was founded on the premise that advances in neuroscience could be applied today to make a difference in clinical patient care. Our team has over thirty years experience in diverse areas including neuroscience research, healthcare and laboratory services, medical devices for neurological disease, and computational physics. Some of us have dealt first hand with the challenges of mental health disorders.
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