Personal Behavioral Assistant

Personal Behavioral Assistant


The PBA (Personal Behavioral Assistant) is a fully interactive electronic device, in a smaller, more accessible format than a handheld PDA (Personal Digital Assistant). The PBA microcomputer, built into a wristwatch, provides a dedicated platform for custom software applications written to meet our clients’ specific needs. It facilitates patient participation in compliance training and monitoring, and provides the counselor with comprehensive data for evaluation in treatment management. The PBA is ideally suited for dedicated applications, and is significantly less expensive than a PDA.

Treatment programs:
Eating disorders · AIDS · Alzheimer’s disease · Diabetes · Depression · Anxiety/Panic attacks · Phobias · Addictions – Alcohol, Smoking, Work, Gambling…

Recovery programs:
Stroke · Heart disease · Cancer · Pain management · Physiotherapy

Learning and training programs:
Medication regimen · Lifestyle training · Anger management · Stress management · Attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder · Weight management · Special diets · Performance athletes · Holistic medicine regimes…

Other applications – data logging and analysis:
In addition to its uses in health care management, the PBA’s functionality also lends itself to other applications, in a variety of industries. The PBA is a universal interactive device, which, through programming, is ideally suited for custom data acquisition and storage.

Learning and training programs in medical, educational and industrial fields
Treatment clinic client training and monitoring, e.g. weight control or addictions programs
Clinical trials management, drug efficacy trials and new therapeutic indications testing by pharmaceutical manufacturers
Foundations’ and associations’ educational initiatives – Heart, Lung, Diabetes, Cancer, etc.
HMOs and insurers for treatment delivery and proof of compliance records
Government/research institutes census/data gathering
Military applications, e.g. field personnel or systems evaluation