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Proem is the exclusive licensee of many of the world’s leading, digital, evidence-based behavioral health scales and measurements. Research organizations and healthcare providers worldwide use Proem tools to identify, assess and treat mental illness more quickly and accurately.

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Identifying screeners

Identifying Screeners

Proem's exclusively licensed digital screeners help providers quickly and accurately identify people who need further evaluations for one or more mental health disorders, making clinicians and researchers more productive while providing the documentation essential to establishing the baseline for measurement-based care.

  • Easy to administer since they embed into existing workflows
  • Accessible anytime and anywhere via mobile or other web-enabled devices
  • Provide real-time access to data for clinicians and providers
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Diagnostic Interviews

Proem provides some of the world's premier, clinically validated, structured assessment interviews in digital format. Proem’s exclusively licensed digital structured interviews are available in multiple languages and represent the most comprehensive digital behavioral health assessments technology commercially available.

  • Fast and simple to administer in person or in advance
  • Comprehensive, covering the most common pediatric and adult DSM-5 conditions
  • Used in numerous studies and cited in thousands of publications worldwide
Severity Measures for Patient Mental Health

Severity Measures

Proem's exclusively licensed digital severity measurement solutions quantify a patient’s functional impairment or disability at work, in social settings and with family. They are widely used globally and include specific solutions used to assess suicidal thoughts, impulses and behaviors.

  • Measure the extent to which three major sectors in the patient’s life are impaired by symptoms
  • Assess the seriousness of suicidal thoughts, plans, intent, impulses, hallucinations, preparatory behaviors and suicide attempts
Progress Monitors for Behavioral Health

Outcome Measures

Proem's licensed outcome measures are used to monitor and automatically gather structured patient data to measure and document patient progress over specific time intervals as defined by the provider. All Proem monitoring solutions are digital, so the information collected can be shared for measurement-based care reporting or embedded into electronic health records (EHRs).

  • Sent automatically on a daily, weekly or monthly basis to capture patient-reported data
  • Include a wide variety of tracking scales to help measure and monitor progress
  • Support measurement-based care initiatives
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Proven Tools

Evidence-based Measurements Backed by Years of Research

The Proem platform is built using digital versions of tools that are exclusively licensed from the top psychiatric professionals in the behavioral health field. These tools include the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview (M.I.N.I.), Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale (YBOCS), Body Dysmorphic Disorder Questionnaire (BDDQ), and more, and have been validated through clinical research and used in clinical practice for many years worldwide. 

89%
Agreement Between Psychiatrists and M.I.N.I. Assessment
175K+
Times Proem Licensed Tools Cited in Industry Publications
700+
Times Proem Licensed Tools Used in Clinical Research Studies

Assessments

Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered
Anxiety Disorder Screener Determines if a patient may have an anxiety disorder, including Panic, Agorophobia, Social Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, GAD (9 questions) Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
BDDQ (Body Dysmorphic Disorder Questionnaire) Determines if a person may have Body Dysmorphic Disorder BDD Adult Patient
C-FOCI (Children's Obsessive Compulsive Inventory) OCD symptoms experienced in the past month (24 questions) OCD Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient
C-SSRS (Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale) Suicidality screener (5 questions) Suicidality Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Eating Disorder Screener Determines if a patient may have an eating disorder, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating (4 questions) Eating Disorders Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
FOCI (Florida Obsessive Compulsive Inventory) OCD symptoms experienced in the past month (25 questions) OCD Adult Provider or Patient
GAD-7 (Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7) 7 questions used to measure the level of Generalized Anxiety Disorder symptoms Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Mood Disorder Screener Ages 13-17 Determines if a patient may have a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders (9 questions) Mood Disorders Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Adult Screener Screens for 17 behavioral health categories (34 questions) Behavioral Health Disorders Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Screener (ages 6-8) Screens for 23 behavioral health categories (45 questions) Behavioral Health Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Screener (ages 9-12) Screens for 23 behavioral health categories (45 questions) Behavioral Health Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Screener (ages 13-17) Screens for 23 behavioral health categories (45 questions) Behavioral Health Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Senior Screener Screens for 12 behavioral health categories prevalent in Seniors, including hoarding (21 questions) Behavioral Health Disorders Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Mood Disorder Screener Determines if a patient may have a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders (9 questions) Mood Disorders Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire-9) 9 questions used to measure the level of depression symptoms Depression Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
PHQ-9 + GAD-7 (Patient Health Questionnaire-9 and Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7) Combination of the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 in one tool Depression and Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Screener Determines if a patient may have an alcohol or drug use disorder (2 questions) SUD Adult Provider or Patient
Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered
ADHD Interview An additional module that can be added to the M.I.N.I. Interview to cover ADHD ADHD Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Anxiety Disorder Interview Determines if a patient meets criteria for an anxiety disorder, including Panic, Agorophobia, Social Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, GAD Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Borderline Personality Disorder Interview An additional module that can be added to the M.I.N.I. Interview to cover Borderline Personality Disorder Borderline Peronality Disorder Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
C-SSRS (Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale) with SAFE-T Suicidality interview that rates the suicidality risk level and offers the provider the appropriate actions to take based on the risk level Suicidality Adult Provider
CY-BOCS (Children's Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale) OCD structured interview OCD Children & Adolescents Provider
Eating Disorder Interview Determines if a patient meets criteria for an eating disorder, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Eating Disorders Adult Provider (typically) or Patient
Hoarding Interview An additional module that can be added to the M.I.N.I. Interview to cover Hoarding Hoarding Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Anxiety Disorder Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for an anxiety disorder, including Panic, Agorophobia, Social Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, GAD Anxiety Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Kid Conduct Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a conduct disorder Conduct Disorder Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Kid Eating Disorder Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for an eating disorder, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Eating Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Kid Mood Disorder Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders Mood Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Kid ODD Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for an oppositional defiance disorder Oppositional Defiance Disorder Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Kid SUD Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a substance use disorder SUD Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Kid Tic Interview Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a tic disorder Tic Disorder Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient
Major Depressive Subtypes Interview 5 additional modules that can be added on to a M.I.N.I. Interview for a deep analysis of Depression; example outcome: Major Depressive Episode with Anxious Distress Depression Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Adult Interview Rates 17 behavioral health categories, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete Behavioral Health Disorders Adult Provider (typically) or Patient (will need to be edited by the provider to score all categories)
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Interview Rates 23 behavioral health categories, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete Behavioral Health Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider (typically) or Patient (will need to be edited by the provider to score all categories)
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Parent Interview Rates 23 behavioral health categories, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete; question grammar is changed for a parent to answer the questions Behavioral Health Disorders Adult Provider (typically) or Patient (will need to be edited by the provider to score all categories)
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) for Psychotic Disorders Interview Along with the standard 17 categories in a M.I.N.I., this interview determines if a patient meets criteria for severe psychotic disorders such as Schizophrenia Behavioral Health Disorders Adult Provider
M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Senior Interview Rates disorders that are prevalent in Seniors, including hoarding Behavioral Health Disorders Adult Provider (typically) or Patient
Mood Disorder Interview Determines if a patient meets critera for a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders Mood Disorders Adult Provider (typically) or Patient
SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Interview Determines if a patient meets criteria for a substance use disorder SUD Adult Provider (typically) or Patient
Y-BOCS I (Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale) OCD structured interview OCD Adult Provider
Y-BOCS II (Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale) Updated OCD structured interview OCD Adult Provider
Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered
Adult Agoraphobia Monitor All Monitors include symptomology questions for the represented disorder, which can be charted for measuring success of treatment plans. Agoraphobia Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Alcohol Use Monitor Alcohol Use Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Anorexia Monitor Anorexia Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Antisocial Personality Disorder Monitor Antisocial Personality Disorder Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Binge Eating Monitor Binge Eating Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Bulimia Monitor Bulimia Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Depression Monitor Depression Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult GAD Monitor GAD Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Manic Disorder Monitor Manic Disorder Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult OCD Monitor OCD Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Panic Disorder Monitor Panic Disorder Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Psychosis Monitor Psychosis Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult PTSD Monitor PTSD Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Social Anxiety Monitor Social Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult SUD Monitor SUD Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Adult Suicidality Monitor Suicidality Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
BARC-10 (Brief Assessment of Recovery Capital) Measures the "recovery capital" to predict the likelihood of a patient staying in remission SUD Adult Patient
GAD-7 (Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7) 7 questions used to measure the level of Generalized Anxiety Disorder symptoms Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid ADHD Monitor ADHD Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Adjustment Disorder Adjustment Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Agoraphobia Monitor Agoraphobia Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Alcohol Use Monitor Alcohol Use Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Anorexia Monitor Anorexia Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Antisocial Personality Disorder Monitor Antisocial Personality Disorder Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Binge Eating Monitor Binge Eating Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Bulimia Monitor Bulimia Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Conduct Disorder Monitor Conduct Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Depression Monitor Depression Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid GAD Monitor GAD Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Manic Disorder Monitor Manic Disorder Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid OCD Monitor OCD Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Oppositional Defiant Disorder Monitor Oppositional Defiant Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Panic Disorder Monitor Panic Disorder Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Psychosis Monitor Psychosis Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid PTSD Monitor PTSD Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Separation Anxiety Monitor Separation Anxiety Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Social Anxiety Monitor Social Anxiety Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Specific Phobia Monitor Specific Phobia Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid SUD Monitor SUD Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Suicidality Monitor (ages 6-8) Suicidality Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Suicidality Monitor (ages 9-12) Suicidality Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Suicidality Monitor (ages 13-19) Suicidality Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
Kid Tic Disorders Monitor Tic Disorders Children & Adolescents Provider or Patient (typically)
PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire-9) 9 questions used to measure the level of depression symptoms Depression Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
PHQ-9 + GAD-7 (Patient Health Questionnaore-9 and Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7) Combination of the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 in one tool Depression and Anxiety Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
PSS (Perceived Stress Assessment) Rates a patient's stress level as low, moderate, or high (10 questions) Stress Adult Provider or Patient
PSQI (Pittsburgh Sleep Index) Assesses sleep quality over a 1-month time interval; measures 7 components of sleep (26 questions) Sleep Adult Provider or Patient
S-DISS (Screener for Dissociation) Asks if the patient has a foggy mind, is detached, feels outside of his/her body (1 question) Dissociation Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
SDS (Sheehan Disability Scale) Functional assessment that asks about how a patient is functioning at home, work or school, and number of productive days (5 questions) Functionality Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
SIS (Sheehan Irritability Scale) Allows the patient to rate the severity level of 7 different irritability manifestations and the number of days his/her irritability has impaired daily life (8 questions) Irritability Adult Patient
SPS (Sheehan Panic Scale) Allows the patient to rate the severity level of 35 different manifestations of panic which helps the provider understand how the panic is affecting the patient's daily life and what his/her symptoms are (35 questions) Panic Disorder Adult Patient
S-STS (Sheehan Suicidality Tracking Scale) Deep dive into a patient's sucidality history; delivers a score; can be used in an emergency setting to route a patient to appropriate treatment Suicidality Adult Provider (typically) or Patient
S-STS (Sheehan Suicidality Tracking Scale) Short Version Same as the S-STS except this version does not include questions about appointments missed Suicidality Adult Provider (typically) or Patient
Therapeutic Alliance Measures the relationship between the patient and provider, which is an important factor for successful behavioral health treatment Alliance to provider Adult Patient
Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered
ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Delivers a score based on childhood circumstances such as childhood abuse, environment, and economic stability that can affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks in adults and can impact the likelihood of behavioral health disorders Childhood experiences Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
AQ-10 (Autism Spectrum Quotient) A screener that provides a quick referral guide for adults with suspected autism who do not have a learning disability (10 questions) Autism Adult Patient
AQ-50 (Autism Spectrum Quotient) An interview that may indicated a patient might be autistic depending on how it is answered (50 questions) Autism Adult Patient
BARC-10 (Brief Assessment of Recovery Capital) Measures the "recovery capital" to predict the likelihood of a SUD patient staying in remission (10 questions) SUD Adult Patient
HRSN (Health-Related Social Needs) Screening Tool Asks questions about health-related social needs to determine effect on total healthcare costs and better outcomes; 5 core domains include: housing instability, food insecurity, transportation problems, utility needs, and interpersonal safety; 8 supplemental domains include: financial strain, employment, family and community support, education, physical activity, substance use, mental health, and disabilities  SUD Adult Patient or Caregiver (typically)
PEARLS - Teen (Caregiver) Screener for childhood experiences that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks Childhood experiences Teen Caregiver
PEARLS - Teen (Self Report) Screener for childhood experiences that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks Childhood experiences Teen Patient
PSS (Perceived Stress Assessment) Rates a patient's stress level as low, moderate, or high (10 questions) Stress Adult Provider or Patient
SDOH (Social Determinants of Health) Asks questions about enviornmental conditions that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks; areas include: economic stability, education access and quality, healthcare access and quality, neighborhood enviornment, social and community context (50 questions) Environmental conditions Adult Provider or Patient
Urge to Use Scale Measures the "urge to use" aspect of recovery, asking questions in the timeframe of the past week (6 questions) SUD Adult Provider or Patient (typically)
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Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered

Tool

Anxiety Disorder Screener

Description

Determines if a patient may have an anxiety disorder, including Panic, Agorophobia, Social Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, GAD (9 questions)

Disorder

Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

BDDQ (Body Dysmorphic Disorder Questionnaire)

Description

Determines if a person may have Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Disorder

BDD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

C-FOCI (Children's Obsessive Compulsive Inventory)

Description

OCD symptoms experienced in the past month (24 questions)

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

C-SSRS (Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale)

Description

Suicidality screener (5 questions)

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Eating Disorder Screener

Description

Determines if a patient may have an eating disorder, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating (4 questions)

Disorder

Eating Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

FOCI (Florida Obsessive Compulsive Inventory)

Description

OCD symptoms experienced in the past month (25 questions)

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

GAD-7 (Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7)

Description

7 questions used to measure the level of Generalized Anxiety Disorder symptoms

Disorder

Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Mood Disorder Screener Ages 13-17

Description

Determines if a patient may have a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders (9 questions)

Disorder

Mood Disorders

Patient Age

Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Adult Screener

Description

Screens for 17 behavioral health categories (34 questions)

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Screener (ages 6-8)

Description

Screens for 23 behavioral health categories (45 questions)

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Screener (ages 9-12)

Description

Screens for 23 behavioral health categories (45 questions)

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Screener (ages 13-17)

Description

Screens for 23 behavioral health categories (45 questions)

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Senior Screener

Description

Screens for 12 behavioral health categories prevalent in Seniors, including hoarding (21 questions)

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Mood Disorder Screener

Description

Determines if a patient may have a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders (9 questions)

Disorder

Mood Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire-9)

Description

9 questions used to measure the level of depression symptoms

Disorder

Depression

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

PHQ-9 + GAD-7 (Patient Health Questionnaire-9 and Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7)

Description

Combination of the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 in one tool

Disorder

Depression and Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Screener

Description

Determines if a patient may have an alcohol or drug use disorder (2 questions)

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient

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Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered

Tool

ADHD Interview

Description

An additional module that can be added to the M.I.N.I. Interview to cover ADHD

Disorder

ADHD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Anxiety Disorder Interview

Description

Determines if a patient meets criteria for an anxiety disorder, including Panic, Agorophobia, Social Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, GAD

Disorder

Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Borderline Personality Disorder Interview

Description

An additional module that can be added to the M.I.N.I. Interview to cover Borderline Personality Disorder

Disorder

Borderline Peronality Disorder

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

C-SSRS (Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale) with SAFE-T

Description

Suicidality interview that rates the suicidality risk level and offers the provider the appropriate actions to take based on the risk level

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider

Tool

CY-BOCS (Children's Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale)

Description

OCD structured interview

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider

Tool

Eating Disorder Interview

Description

Determines if a patient meets criteria for an eating disorder, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating

Disorder

Eating Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Hoarding Interview

Description

An additional module that can be added to the M.I.N.I. Interview to cover Hoarding

Disorder

Hoarding

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Anxiety Disorder Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for an anxiety disorder, including Panic, Agorophobia, Social Anxiety, OCD, PTSD, GAD

Disorder

Anxiety

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Kid Conduct Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a conduct disorder

Disorder

Conduct Disorder

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Kid Eating Disorder Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for an eating disorder, including Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating

Disorder

Eating Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Kid Mood Disorder Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders

Disorder

Mood Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Kid ODD Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for an oppositional defiance disorder

Disorder

Oppositional Defiance Disorder

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Kid SUD Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a substance use disorder

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Kid Tic Interview

Description

Interview that determines if a patient meets criteria for a tic disorder

Disorder

Tic Disorder

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Major Depressive Subtypes Interview

Description

5 additional modules that can be added on to a M.I.N.I. Interview for a deep analysis of Depression; example outcome: Major Depressive Episode with Anxious Distress

Disorder

Depression

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Adult Interview

Description

Rates 17 behavioral health categories, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient (will need to be edited by the provider to score all categories)

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Interview

Description

Rates 23 behavioral health categories, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient (will need to be edited by the provider to score all categories)

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Kid Parent Interview

Description

Rates 23 behavioral health categories, taking approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete; question grammar is changed for a parent to answer the questions

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient (will need to be edited by the provider to score all categories)

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) for Psychotic Disorders Interview

Description

Along with the standard 17 categories in a M.I.N.I., this interview determines if a patient meets criteria for severe psychotic disorders such as Schizophrenia

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider

Tool

M.I.N.I. (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) Senior Interview

Description

Rates disorders that are prevalent in Seniors, including hoarding

Disorder

Behavioral Health Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Mood Disorder Interview

Description

Determines if a patient meets critera for a mood disorder, including Depression, Mania, Psychosis, Bipolar Disorders

Disorder

Mood Disorders

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Interview

Description

Determines if a patient meets criteria for a substance use disorder

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Y-BOCS I (Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale)

Description

OCD structured interview

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider

Tool

Y-BOCS II (Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale)

Description

Updated OCD structured interview

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider

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Tool Description Disorder Patient Age How Administered

Tool

Adult Agoraphobia Monitor

Description

All Monitors include symptomology questions for the represented disorder, which can be charted for measuring success of treatment plans.

Disorder

Agoraphobia

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Alcohol Use Monitor

Description

Disorder

Alcohol Use

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Anorexia Monitor

Description

Disorder

Anorexia

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Antisocial Personality Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Antisocial Personality Disorder

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Binge Eating Monitor

Description

Disorder

Binge Eating

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Bulimia Monitor

Description

Disorder

Bulimia

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Depression Monitor

Description

Disorder

Depression

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult GAD Monitor

Description

Disorder

GAD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Manic Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Manic Disorder

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult OCD Monitor

Description

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Panic Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Panic Disorder

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Psychosis Monitor

Description

Disorder

Psychosis

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult PTSD Monitor

Description

Disorder

PTSD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Social Anxiety Monitor

Description

Disorder

Social Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult SUD Monitor

Description

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Adult Suicidality Monitor

Description

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

BARC-10 (Brief Assessment of Recovery Capital)

Description

Measures the "recovery capital" to predict the likelihood of a patient staying in remission

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

GAD-7 (Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7)

Description

7 questions used to measure the level of Generalized Anxiety Disorder symptoms

Disorder

Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid ADHD Monitor

Description

Disorder

ADHD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Adjustment Disorder

Description

Disorder

Adjustment

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Agoraphobia Monitor

Description

Disorder

Agoraphobia

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Alcohol Use Monitor

Description

Disorder

Alcohol Use

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Anorexia Monitor

Description

Disorder

Anorexia

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Antisocial Personality Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Antisocial Personality Disorder

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Binge Eating Monitor

Description

Disorder

Binge Eating

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Bulimia Monitor

Description

Disorder

Bulimia

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Conduct Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Conduct

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Depression Monitor

Description

Disorder

Depression

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid GAD Monitor

Description

Disorder

GAD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Manic Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Manic Disorder

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid OCD Monitor

Description

Disorder

OCD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Oppositional Defiant Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Oppositional Defiant

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Panic Disorder Monitor

Description

Disorder

Panic Disorder

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Psychosis Monitor

Description

Disorder

Psychosis

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid PTSD Monitor

Description

Disorder

PTSD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Separation Anxiety Monitor

Description

Disorder

Separation Anxiety

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Social Anxiety Monitor

Description

Disorder

Social Anxiety

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Specific Phobia Monitor

Description

Disorder

Specific Phobia

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid SUD Monitor

Description

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Suicidality Monitor (ages 6-8)

Description

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Suicidality Monitor (ages 9-12)

Description

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Suicidality Monitor (ages 13-19)

Description

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

Kid Tic Disorders Monitor

Description

Disorder

Tic Disorders

Patient Age

Children & Adolescents

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

PHQ-9 (Patient Health Questionnaire-9)

Description

9 questions used to measure the level of depression symptoms

Disorder

Depression

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

PHQ-9 + GAD-7 (Patient Health Questionnaore-9 and Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7)

Description

Combination of the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 in one tool

Disorder

Depression and Anxiety

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

PSS (Perceived Stress Assessment)

Description

Rates a patient's stress level as low, moderate, or high (10 questions)

Disorder

Stress

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

PSQI (Pittsburgh Sleep Index)

Description

Assesses sleep quality over a 1-month time interval; measures 7 components of sleep (26 questions)

Disorder

Sleep

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

S-DISS (Screener for Dissociation)

Description

Asks if the patient has a foggy mind, is detached, feels outside of his/her body (1 question)

Disorder

Dissociation

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

SDS (Sheehan Disability Scale)

Description

Functional assessment that asks about how a patient is functioning at home, work or school, and number of productive days (5 questions)

Disorder

Functionality

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

SIS (Sheehan Irritability Scale)

Description

Allows the patient to rate the severity level of 7 different irritability manifestations and the number of days his/her irritability has impaired daily life (8 questions)

Disorder

Irritability

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

SPS (Sheehan Panic Scale)

Description

Allows the patient to rate the severity level of 35 different manifestations of panic which helps the provider understand how the panic is affecting the patient's daily life and what his/her symptoms are (35 questions)

Disorder

Panic Disorder

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

S-STS (Sheehan Suicidality Tracking Scale)

Description

Deep dive into a patient's sucidality history; delivers a score; can be used in an emergency setting to route a patient to appropriate treatment

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

S-STS (Sheehan Suicidality Tracking Scale) Short Version

Description

Same as the S-STS except this version does not include questions about appointments missed

Disorder

Suicidality

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider (typically) or Patient

Tool

Therapeutic Alliance

Description

Measures the relationship between the patient and provider, which is an important factor for successful behavioral health treatment

Disorder

Alliance to provider

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

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Tool

ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

Description

Delivers a score based on childhood circumstances such as childhood abuse, environment, and economic stability that can affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks in adults and can impact the likelihood of behavioral health disorders

Disorder

Childhood experiences

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

Tool

AQ-10 (Autism Spectrum Quotient)

Description

A screener that provides a quick referral guide for adults with suspected autism who do not have a learning disability (10 questions)

Disorder

Autism

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

AQ-50 (Autism Spectrum Quotient)

Description

An interview that may indicated a patient might be autistic depending on how it is answered (50 questions)

Disorder

Autism

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

BARC-10 (Brief Assessment of Recovery Capital)

Description

Measures the "recovery capital" to predict the likelihood of a SUD patient staying in remission (10 questions)

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient

Tool

HRSN (Health-Related Social Needs) Screening Tool

Description

Asks questions about health-related social needs to determine effect on total healthcare costs and better outcomes; 5 core domains include: housing instability, food insecurity, transportation problems, utility needs, and interpersonal safety; 8 supplemental domains include: financial strain, employment, family and community support, education, physical activity, substance use, mental health, and disabilities 

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Patient or Caregiver (typically)

Tool

PEARLS - Teen (Caregiver)

Description

Screener for childhood experiences that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks

Disorder

Childhood experiences

Patient Age

Teen

How Administered

Caregiver

Tool

PEARLS - Teen (Self Report)

Description

Screener for childhood experiences that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks

Disorder

Childhood experiences

Patient Age

Teen

How Administered

Patient

Tool

PSS (Perceived Stress Assessment)

Description

Rates a patient's stress level as low, moderate, or high (10 questions)

Disorder

Stress

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

SDOH (Social Determinants of Health)

Description

Asks questions about enviornmental conditions that affect a wide range of health, functioning and quality of life outcomes and risks; areas include: economic stability, education access and quality, healthcare access and quality, neighborhood enviornment, social and community context (50 questions)

Disorder

Environmental conditions

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient

Tool

Urge to Use Scale

Description

Measures the "urge to use" aspect of recovery, asking questions in the timeframe of the past week (6 questions)

Disorder

SUD

Patient Age

Adult

How Administered

Provider or Patient (typically)

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