MISSION VIEJO, Calif., Oct. 12, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MYnd Analytics, Inc. (“MYnd”) (OTCQB:MYAN), which provides a unique set of reference data and analytic tools for clinicians to assist in determining the right therapeutic medication for individuals with mental health disorders, presented to the American Legion PTSD/TBI Committee on October 8, 2016.
As the nation’s largest veteran service organization, The American Legion advocates for effective PTSD and mental health treatments. In a recently released military trial, MYnd Analytics’ proprietary PEER process showed a reduction in suicidality by more than 75% when physicians followed PEER recommendations, 2.5 times greater adherence by patients to PEER-recommended therapy, and three times higher medication efficacy than physicians treating as usual without the benefit of PEER.
Video from this presentation can be seen here: Big Data and the Prescription Mix
About MYnd Analytics, Inc.
MYnd Analytics, Inc. (www.myndanalytics.com) provides a unique set of reference data and analytic tools for clinicians and researchers in psychiatry. While treatment for mental disorders has doubled in the last 20 years, it is estimated that 17 million Americans have failed two or more medication therapies for their mental disorders. The Company’s Psychiatric EEG Evaluation Registry, or PEER Online®, is a registry and reporting platform that allows medical professionals to exchange treatment outcome data for patients referenced to objective neurophysiology data obtained through a standard electroencephalogram (EEG). Based on the Company’s original physician-developed database, there are now more than 38,000 outcomes for over 10,000 unique patients in the PEER registry. The goal of PEER Online is to provide objective, personalized data to assist physicians in the selection of appropriate medications.
To read more about the benefits of this patented technology for patients, physicians and payers, please visit www.myndanalytics.com.
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