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mHealth Clinical Integration

The mHealth Clinical Integration program manages the sustainment of existing DHA mobile health apps and websites. When DHA stakeholders have an idea for an innovative new technology product, a team of subject matter experts guides them through the product-development process to help them: 

  • Define business and functional requirements. 
  • Integrate the new product into clinical care alongside existing health technologies within the Military Health System.
Have an idea for a mobile app? Visit our portal and submit your request!

App Submission FAQs

Websites


AfterDeployment

AfterDeployment

The AfterDeployment website was designed to work as an immersive, interactive self-care solution to help service members work through adjustment issues following a deployment. Over time, the content evolved to cover the entire deployment spectrum, from pre-deployment through deployment to redeployment. Website 



Military Kids Connect

Military Kids Connect

The award-winning Military Kids Connect (MKC) website helps children with challenges they face as part of a military family. Kids can share ideas, experiences, and suggestions with other military children in MKC's monitored online forums so they can know they're not alone in dealing with the stresses of military life. The website also has information for parents and educators. Website 

Military Kids Connect Resources

Military Kids Connect Educator Newsletter 2018

Sesame Street for Military Families

Sesame Street for Military Families

Sesame Street for Military Families is an initiative funded by the Department of Defense (DoD) and developed by Sesame Workshop (the creators of Sesame Street) to provide military parents and their young children with multimedia educational resources to deal with transitions common to military life (like deployments, moves, and homecomings). Website



Mobile Apps


DHA Connected Health mobile apps provide information and support to service members, veterans, and their families dealing with behavioral health issues and traumatic brain injury. Download these free apps on either Android or iOS devices: 

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BioZen 

Biozen

Shows users live biofeedback data via wearable body sensors that display results on their phone, including EEG, EMG, GSR, ECG, and EKG. See “Resources” for a list of compatible devices and a user’s guide. 



Breathe2Relax 

Breathe2Relax

Provides instruction on diaphragmatic “belly” breathing, which helps lower stress and reduce anxiety. Graphics, animation, narration, and videos lead users through several breathing exercises. 



Dream EZ 

Dream EZ

Helps the user rewrite nightmares into less disturbing dreams for a better night’s sleep, using the principles of imagery rehearsal therapy (IRT). 





LifeArmor 

Life Armor

Has information on 17 common health concerns, including sleep, depression, relationship issues, and post-traumatic stress.  Includes self-assessments to help measure and track symptoms. 



mTBI Pocket Guide 

mTBI Pocket Guide

Offers health care providers a comprehensive, quick reference that includes clinical practice guidelines for assessing and treating service members and veterans who have sustained a mild TBI. 



Navy Leader's Guide Mobile App 

Navy Leader's Guide Mobile App

Provides guidance on what leaders can do about issues that affect sailors. Based on the Navy & Marine Corps Public Health Center website. 





Positive Activity Jackpot 

Positive Activity Jackpot

Helps users who may be overwhelmed by depression find nearby enjoyable activities. Can't decide? Let the app’s jackpot function make the choice. See “Resources” for a clinician’s guide. 



Provider Resilience 

Provider Resilience

Gives health care providers tools to manage burnout, compassion fatigue, and secondary traumatic stress, keeping them productive and emotionally healthy as they help others. 



T2 Mood Tracker 

T2 Mood Tracker

Tracks a user’s range of emotions and behaviors to show how their life is affected by thoughts, moods, changes at home or at work, and events. Helps identify trends and triggers, and info can be shared with a health care provider. 



Tactical Breather 

Tactical Breather

Provides guided breathing instruction to gain control over heart rate, emotions, concentration, and other physiological and psychological responses during stressful situations. 



Virtual Hope Box 

Virtual Hope Box

Contains simple tools to help users with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking using personalized audio, video, pictures, games, mindfulness exercises, activity planning, inspirational quotes, and coping statements. 

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