ORCAS is a health innovation and technology company that creates mobile self-management interventions designed to improve physical and emotional well-being.

Our Products

ORCAS is a leading authority on what works in behavior change. Take a look at our product portfolio to learn more about how we help people improve their health and well-being.

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  • Mobile Health Solutions

    ORCAS brings new mobile interventions to market quickly, positioning partners as leaders in the emerging mobile market. Our experience in the industry and innovative research and development lab provides opportunity for a viable long-term partnership with a trusted brand.

  • MindSet: The Good Habit App

    Small steps, big results.

  • MoodHacker

    Designed to improve emotional well-being. Contact us for a demo!

Recent News

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  • CONCERN: EAP Adds Two Science-Based Mobile Health Apps from ORCAS to its Resilience Hub™

    CONCERN:EAP, a leading provider of services and programs that promote employee resilience and productivity, today announces a partnership with ORCAS, a health technology company, to offer two ORCAS products, Love Every Day™(LED) and MindSet: The Good Habit App™. These apps will be made available through the “App Garage” section of CONCERN’s Resilience Hub™, an online […]

  • ORCAS’s MoodHacker® Effective at Improving Depression and Work Absence

    ORCAS announces publication of randomized trial results of MoodHacker, one of the industry’s few clinically tested health apps, and its demonstrated efficacy in enabling adults to self-manage mild to moderate depression. ORCAS is pleased to announce the publication of a study on MoodHacker®, a mobile health app based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that enables adults […]

  • DigitalPivot Profiles MindSet as a Way to Keep New Year’s Resolutions

    When it comes to new year’s resolutions, the odds are definitely not in your favor. While 45% of us make them, only 8% succeed. Good habits take practice. It’s hard to resist the big gesture, the dramatic resolution you unveil to family, friends, and colleagues, promising a new and vastly improved you. But it’s the incremental, more modest resolutions […]