The leading patient management software for psychological therapies

Adult IAPT services

Trusted to store two thirds of all IAPT referrals.

It’s estimated that each year, 1 in 4 of the UK’s population will experience a mental health problem which could benefit from psychological therapy. IAPT services currently have the capacity to meet just 15% of that demand.

And the pressure continues to build. The Mental Health Foundation estimates that by 2030 there will be around 2 million more adults in the UK suffering with mental health problems.

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iaptus was created to provide relief, easing the day-to-day stresses of admin so that you can focus on what matters: your patient.

The system is flexible, built around the patient pathway, and contains a host of features that will save your service both time and resources.

iaptus supports our clients to handle 1 million patient referrals per year.

customer service

Our friendly and dedicated team of experts is on hand for your organisation, providing support and training for your team.

The highest
security standards

We are accredited to the highest data security standards with over a decade of experience safeguarding highly confidential data.

day and night

Our data services team takes every step to ensure the absolute reliability of our system.

Expansion of adult IAPT and CYP mental health services in the NHS response to COVID-19

In the third phase of the NHS response to COVID-19, NHS England identifies urgent actions for mental health, including the expansion and improvement of adult IAPT and CYP mental health services.  The priorities for the rest of 2020/21, as set out in a letter from Simon Stevens to NHS trusts at the end of July, focus on accelerating the return of non-covid health services to near normal levels. Eight urgent actions to address inequalities in service provision and outcomes are outlined in a document to support implementation. The actions aim to reduce the existing health inequalities which COVID-19 risks further […]