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SET – We make chronic pain patients pain-free using a neuromodulation device and behavioral therapy without medication, surgery, implants, or cannabis.

Keywords: Behavior Change, Chronic Diseases, Covid-19, Pain Management
UNC and the University of Marburg
Marc Mathys President CNS Therapy, AG Place des Sciences 2 2822 Courroux, Switzerland cnsTherapy.com 077 441 2426
Other – please specify (e.g. guidance for change management/care pathway redesign/business alignment/interoperability framework/etc.)
Pain clinic
Short description
University of Marburg spinnoff for chronic pain and long covid patients
Impact on health outcomes, Economic value to health and care systems, Economic value to patients, Impact on the health system’s capacity and resilience (e.g., health and care efficiency, continuity of care), Contribution to citizen empowerment
Proof of concept is available: it works in a test setting and the potential end-users are positive about the concept 
Medical device approval is needed.
Geographical scope
German, English
2, many more planned
Submitted in other database or repository of digital health resources that is publicly available
The approach is patented and RCT study is published.

Additional information

to clinicians / care practitioners
Health data analytics (Artificial Intelligence/algorithm development and calibration/machine learning/risk stratification tools/etc.)
ICT support for management of frailty and/or falls prevention
to patients / citizens
Sensors/wearable devices
Personalised prevention apps
Health promotion and wellness apps and wearables/virtual coaches
Self-management/ICT supporting adherence to medication and care-plans
Primary target patient group (age)
Children (5-14), Youth and young adults (15-24), Adults (25-64), Older adults (65+), May be used across all patient ages
Addressed prevention area(s)
Fitness and physical activity, Health screenings, Mental health
Use case and care pathway positioning
Treatment, Disease monitoring, treatment compliance, self-management, Rehabilitation, COVID-19 monitoring and care guidance
Ready to be transferred to
The practice has been transferred in other locations, regions or national scale in the same country.
Plans for cross-border implementation
Are considered and will be developed in the near future