HoneyGrid™, part of our CareOS, is a software application specially designed for psychiatrists and (clinical) psychologists to provide quick and effective treatment for their clients. Our innovative technology shifts the focus from diagnosis to discovery, allowing you to visualise symptoms and patterns with just a few clicks.

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From Diagnosis to Discovery

In today's hectic world, mental health is more important than ever. With HoneyGrid™, you can efficiently and swiftly provide the proper treatment for the correct symptom pattern. This application lets you treat your clients quickly and effectively, helping them get back on the right track as powerfully as possible. Whether working alone or collaboratively with colleagues within or outside your healthcare organisation.

Key features

Other benefits of using HoneyGrid™

Real-time monitoring

With the capability of real-time monitoring within HoneyGrid™, you can instantly track clients' progress. This feature is invaluable for healthcare professionals who need to respond quickly to changes in their clients' health status.

By having continuous visibility into progress, one can proactively intervene and adjust treatments. This enhances the effectiveness of interventions and leads to better patient outcomes.

Quick reporting

By generating detailed reports, you elevate the quality of care. With HoneyGrid™, healthcare professionals can efficiently share vital information and insights with clients and colleagues. This may pertain to treatment progress or the evaluation of a specific intervention. These reports serve as a solid foundation for shared decision-making.


In healthcare, collaboration is crucial. With Hawking Healthcare Technology, sharing case histories and insights has never been easier. Healthcare providers can collaborate, pool their expertise, and ensure their clients' best treatment. This shared knowledge increases the likelihood of successful interventions and optimises healthcare delivery.

Mobile access

With mobile access to HoneyGrid™, healthcare professionals are no longer confined to their office or clinic. They can now perform their work from any location as long as there is an internet connection.

Whether checking patient data during a home visit or updating a treatment plan while on the go, HoneyGrid™ provides the flexibility modern healthcare providers require.

Integration with other tools

To ensure a holistic approach to healthcare, it is essential that various tools and technologies seamlessly integrate. HoneyGrid™ by Hawking effortlessly integrates with other mental health resources, streamlining the workflow of healthcare professionals. This not only enhances their efficiency but also contributes to better treatment outcomes.

These additional features increase the value that HoneyGrid™ offers to mental healthcare professionals. They help make your treatment process even more effective and efficient.

Developed in collaboration with the field

Hawking Healthcare Technology is a part of the Yes We Can Healthcare Group and works with an extensive group of partners. This allows us to develop new applications in consultation with psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, orthopedagogues, expert-by-experience counsellors, coaches, and nurses. The developed software can be quickly tested in practice and adjusted to meet the users' needs.


Explore the other applications of CareOS: Discovery, Quest, Analytica (Beta), and Campfire.

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Do you have any questions about HoneyGrid™ or want to learn how Hawking Healthcare Technology can assist your company with one of our other products? Please get in touch with us at +31 (0)85 076 3000 or use our contact form.

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