We partnered with clinical leaders to develop a powerful workplace mental health product with a noble mission
Mental health will kill more people than cancer or heart disease by 2030, whilst the NHS is already creaking as referral rates double and resources don’t. Only 7% of the NHS budget is provided to mental health, of which only 30% is allocated to prevention rather than reactive care.
Our partner, Dr Patrick Davey, supported by a board of science leaders from psychology and organisational development, developed a new scientific framework for managing wellbeing in the workplace. To help workplaces share the clinical burden with the NHS.
"We are entering a mental health pandemic.. And the antidote won’t be developed in a lab, but in workplaces around the world."
Immersing ourselves in the scientific principles of the product, we quickly prototyped an intuitive digital experience to turn paper-based clinical surveys and inaccessible datasets into a connected platform for data collection and visualisation.
With a working prototype, we developed a brand identity and design system, as well as a detailed go-to-market strategy and business plan - to turn the product into a business.
Designing the product
The product combines proprietary, statistically validated clinical surveys on wellbeing, culture and connection and proven data-led “interventions” that allow organisations to predict wellbeing and cultural issues and take early preventative action.
Moai Health is launching later in 2021, with a handful of pilot clients, including the British Army.
Of work days lost to illness are as a result of stress, depression or anxiety
Of the UK’s working population are affected by poor mental health in some way
The annual cost of poor mental health to employers in the UK
Reduced financial and clinical burden relief delivered by Moai for businesses