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Pediatric Care Providers

Identify and diagnose mental health disorders sooner in children.

The peak age of onset for mental disorders is 14.5 years with nearly 50% of lifetime mental illnesses taking root by the age of 18, and 62.5% by the age of 25, according to a meta-analysis of 192 studies. It has never been more important to uncover mental disorders early in life.

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Making it Easy to Help Pediatric Patients
with their Mental Health

The average time from onset of the first symptom to correct mental illness diagnosis is approximately 11 years. Proem solutions give pediatric care providers the tools they need within their workflow to accurately screen and assess children starting at the age of 6, helping providers and parents avoid future complications.

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Minimize Suicidality of Teenagers

Suicide rates for children and young adults aged 10-24 increased 60% from 2007 to 2018 (Source: Centers for Disease Control). Proem's licensed assessments help detect suicidal intentions early so providers can intervene and get children the help they need.

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Identify Co-Occurring Disorders

Many mental disorders like body dysmorphic disorder and binge eating co-occur in young people, increasing their risk of suicide. The Proem solution includes BDD-YBOCS scale for body dysmorphia and multiple other scales to identify co-occurring mental health disorders.

360° View of Patient's Mental Health

Obtain a 360° View of Patient's Mental Health

Proem allows the pediatrician to get a 360 view of the patient by getting kids and their parents to complete the online assessments with ease. Pediatricians can then compare the perspectives of the child’s wellbeing to make the most informed decisions.

How It Works

A Flexible Platform to Support the Mental Health Wellness Journey

Quickly Identify Mental Health Conditions in Patient Populations

Evidence-based screeners assess the most diagnosed adult and pediatric DSM-5 mental  health disorders within 3-5 minutes, helping clinicians quickly and accurately triage patients. These screeners are particularly valuable in assessing patients as a first line of defense and are convenient for determining if/where deeper exploration is needed.

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Dig Deeper and Create a Baseline of Mental Health

Comprehensive 20- to 30-minute interviews uncover a significant majority of adult and pediatric DSM-5 mental disorders, providing a baseline of a patient’s mental health. The structured interviews that Proem has licensed have been validated to show psychiatrist agreement in 85% of diagnoses and have been used in clinical settings, research studies and trials for many years worldwide.

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Patient and Management Dashboards Pull All the Data Together

Comprehensive information is collected, plotted, and presented via insightful analytics dashboards. The patient dashboard tracks conditions, follow-up plans, symptom improvement, therapeutic alliance, and functional impairment. The management dashboard aggregates data across patient and provider populations and helps administrators facilitate best practices and consistency of care across multiple providers within a practice.

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Ensure Alignment of Treatment and Symptom and Functionality Improvement

Scheduled symptom monitors, severity measurement scales, therapeutic alliance, and functional impairment scales provide a multi-dimensional, comprehensive view of a patient. This level of detail helps healthcare providers track and trend a patient's progress, make changes to treatment plans, and meet requirements for measurement- and value-based care.

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Direct, Monitor and Measure Patient Care Throughout Treatment

Based on results of the screeners and interviews, Proem’s proprietary algorithms respond by offering clinical follow-up suggestions that are configurable to align with your ideal workflow. Clinicians can use the suggestions to monitor and measure patient progress in real time and give patients visibility into their treatment success, providing evidence of patient outcomes for all.

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Discover how Proem solutions can help providers direct young people to appropriate treatment options for their mental health disorders.
Learn about clinically proven, digital behavioral health solutions that help pediatric healthcare professionals quickly and accurately screen, assess, and monitor children and adolescents for a broad range of behavioral health conditions.

How We're Different

Helping Treat Mental Illness Equally in Children

When it comes to childhood development, physical health is heavily measured, monitored and nurtured. Proem makes it easy to do the same with mental health.

  • Gold-standard measurements and scales fit within the pediatrician’s workflow.

  • Multi-dimensional screeners and assessments go beyond depression and anxiety to uncover co-occurring conditions.

  • Outcome and severity measurement tools help pediatric care providers adjust therapies that aren’t working or continue those that are working.

  • Data collected at every step provides documentation needed for reimbursement of mental health services provided.

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One mission. Two ways.

At Proem Behavioral Health, our mission is to ease the pain of mental illness by helping healthcare providers and clinical researchers help more people. We do that in two ways: through our comprehensive software platform and our exclusively licensed digital mental health assessments. 

The Proem Platform

The Proem Platform

Experience workflow efficiencies, consistent processes and documented outcome measures with a digital behavioral health assessment platform. 

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Gold-standard Measurements

Just need access to the best mental health assessment tools available to help screen, diagnose and/or monitor patients or trial/study participants?