eMindLog wins 2017 New Product Innovation Award from Frost & Sullivan

Track the vital signs of your mind
for better mental wellbeing


An easy-to-use,
secure digital tool

for tracking behavioral health, only you see your results.


Be empowered with
personal data

and narrative to express your feelings – gain a deeper understanding of behavioral health

TEDx by Philip T Ninan, MD

Philip Ninan, founder of eMindLog, speaks about the background basis of the eMindLog idea and system.

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Thank you for your interest in eMindLog. eMindlog 2.0 is under development with improvements to the system and question formats. We regret that during the transition to version 2.0, the eMindLog system will be available only for demonstration purposes. If you wish to see the original version questions, scoring and a draft of some reports, choose the Demo button below. 

eMindLog Demo

Quantitative Self-Measurement of Your Mind

Join eMindLog™ to track the vital signs of your mind for better mental wellbeing. eMindLog™ queries your emotions, thoughts and behaviors, providing graphic indexes of four indicators of distress or discomfort: anxiety, anger, sadness  and lack of pleasure.


Emotions are subjective feelings you experience and are not logical. They can trigger related thoughts and behaviors.


Thoughts are ideas you have. They are usually reasoned, logical and flexible to changing situations. Intense emotions deeply influence thoughts.


Behaviors are actions driven by your thoughts and emotions. Intense emotions make behaviors reactive, limiting your choice of actions.

Learn More About the Science

Measuring outcomes in healthcare improves quality of care and is critical for provider reimbursement in value-based care. With eMindLog, my patients get a view of what is happening in their mental lives, impact of stresses and the results of treatment. For me as a provider, eMindLog is a convenient way to monitor progress with treatment, so I know when I’ve got to where I want to be.

Thomas Penders, MD

Your definitions, being sad, numb, hostile, whatever, I think they are brief and short and to the point. Really give a nice explanation and definition of what the person is having to evaluate.

eMindLog User - Patient

Consciously, I recognized that my evaluation was rising, close to getting up to severe, which I took seriously; that was not good. I realized I got to go in and see (my doctor) and talk to him.

eMindLog User – User-Patient

How eMindLogTM Can Help You

Develop a better understanding of how your mind works, and the design constraints of the brain.

Stressed, Anxious or Depressed
Know and track where you are – how emotions, thoughts and behaviors relate. Educate yourself about options, so you can choose your approach and implement it.

Mind and Body Health
Track the vital signs of your mind, along with other biometric data such as steps, heart rate, sleep and diet.

Chronic Conditions
Monitor the vital signs of your mind to better cope with chronic illnesses such as heart disease.

Healthcare Providers
Track the vital signs of your patients’ mind, beyond the office visit and measure the impact of interventions you prescribe.

Connecting Minds

Join the eMindLog™ ecosystem, a community committed to better mental wellbeing. You own your data, which is stored safely and securely. If you choose, share your data with your therapist or doctor within a private and secure network.

Be empowered, get support and participate in decisions about your care.