Global, 21st century digital solutions for mental health and wellbeing

Global, 21st century digital solutions for mental health and wellbeing

InnoWell will provide digital health products to mental health services, workplaces, insurers, schools and universities. We will offer solutions to mental health care that are holistic, customisable and validated through research and development by world leading mental health experts.

 
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Building the mental fitness of our citizens is one of the greatest challenges of our time.

 
 
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days lost productivity

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people off work

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cost to industry

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cost to the Australian economy

PwC and beyondblue, 2014

How Innowell works

Despite the best of intentions, rates of mental illness across the community – including at school, university and in the workplace – continue to rise at an alarming rate.

InnoWell will offer a way to turn this around, using powerful digital technology and solutions that we co-design with people.

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Who we are

InnoWell is a joint venture between the University of Sydney, one of Australia’s leading higher education and research universities, and PwC, the world’s leading professional services firm.

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Publications

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 Building strengths in vulnerable populations

Building strengths in vulnerable populations

 Designing for people

Designing for people

 e-Health innovation

e-Health innovation

 Flourishing in clinical care

Flourishing in clinical care

 Home

Home

 Mental wealth and reform in Australia

Mental wealth and reform in Australia

 Wellbeing

Wellbeing


Collaborate with us

“Australia has the opportunity to lead the world in 21st century
digital solutions for mental health and wellbeing, but this will only
happen if industry, academia, community, and government collaborate effectively.”

Kristin Stubbins, PwC partner & InnoWell Board member