Approximately 1.4 million inhabitants of Sweden suffer from chronic migraine. Only 1-5 per cent of approximately 200,000 patients with the diagnosis receive the treatment they request and are entitled to. One of the reasons for this, which also contributes to production losses for healthcare and is a major problem for the patient group, is that there is an extreme shortage of neurology specialists in Sweden. Given this problem, the world’s first digital migraine clinic was started – Migränhjälpen.
Use of HOPE Platform by Migränhjälpen is an example of the way in which the flexible building block structure of the platform can be easily adapted to reflect the brand identity of another company – so the Migränhjälpen brand is communicated to the patient.
Migränhjälpen uses the platform for triage, automated anamnesis and digital work flow, as well as in the dialogue between patient, the responsible healthcare resource and administrative staff.