You need to add a widget, row, or prebuilt layout before you’ll see anything here. 🙂 15 % 2025 The primary objective of the Centre for research-based innovation on Mobile Mental Health (CMMH) is to increase the use and impact of digital psychological interventions. The goal is to have a minimum of 15 % of all psychological interventions in Norway accessed digitally by 2025, growing to 20 % by 2030 % 20 % 2030 Objectives 1. Establish a minimum of 12 studies based on knowledge gaps addressed by the user partners. Results: Increased knowledge that leads to innovation and sustainable value creation in the businesses, including more sales and more employees. 2. Compare clinical effectiveness of three digital interventions to treatment-as-usual in beyond state-of-the-art pragmatic controlled research trials in routine care. Results: First-time documentation of the effectiveness of three innovative products and interventions in routine care, including patient evaluation, negative effects and other relevant information to decision makers in healthcare. 3. Compare the cost-effectiveness of digital interventions to treatment-as-usual in Norway, in beyond state-of-the-art research trials in routine care. Results: First-time documentation of the cost-effectiveness of digital psychological interventions within different service models. 4. Conduct innovative and beyond state-of-the-art research studies on early Health Technology Assessment in the businesses and the healthcare services. Results: An early decision support tool for decision makers in the business and healthcare services. 5. Compare the effectiveness of tailored implementation strategies to implementation-as-usual in a beyond state-of-the-art pragmatic controlled multicenter trial. Results: Identified barriers and tailored implementation strategies in primary and secondary care and in somatic and mental health services. 6. Establish and further develop productive business-research-healthcare collaborations that attracts new user- and research partners during the centre period. Results: Recruited a minimum of two new business partners and two new healthcare partners during the centre period. Submit a competitive application for EU funding with existing and future research partners. 7. Communicate and disseminate knowledge, results, tools and interventions to businesses, researchers, healthcare services, decision makers, patient and professional organizations (please see Table 1). Results: Increased access to knowledge, tools and interventions in the private and public sector, which will facilitate increased use and impact of digital psychological interventions.