How It Works
Behavioral Screens in the Palm of Your Hand
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Our mental and behavioral health screening software is easy to use, and with over 100 screening tools covering nearly the entire spectrum of illnesses and disorders, we are the largest website of its kind. Healthcare providers and their healthcare clients can interface and conveniently work together to shed more light on even the more complex diagnostic profiles.
What We Offer
Digital Wellness Group offers more than 100 valid and reliable screening tools spanning a wide spectrum of mental and behavioral health disorders. A healthcare provider designed this website for other healthcare providers and their healthcare clients. Perfect for psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, mental health counselors and all their clients for whom they work so hard to help.
Diagnosing mental and behavioral health disorders is complex. Our user-friendly website connects healthcare providers with their respective healthcare clients, and it significantly enriches the value of their professional relationship through the convenient use of digitized screening tools featuring automated and immediate scoring.
Over 100 Screening Tools At Your Fingertips!
Uncover the Core Components of Your Clients’ Problems
Use BehavioralScreen.INFO at the Initial Patient Interview and Enhance Your Clinical Insights
Or at Any Other Time During the Course of Clinical Care To Help Monitor Your Patients’ Progress
Use An Evidence-Based Approach
Enhance Diagnostic Accuracy | Track Patient Progress
Measure Outcomes and Track Progress With Our Automated Tests, User-Friendly Design, and Affordable Prices
Track Patient Progress
One of the main reasons for poor outcomes in healthcare is that providers aren't typically using screening tools, such as symptom rating scales, in any systematic and quantifiable way to determine whether or not their patients are improving.
Improve Your Practice
Using screening data will improve your healthcare practice. Patient reported outcome measures from the use of questionnaires, checklists, surveys, and rating scales is the best way for quantifying the patient experience and are used across many clinical care settings today.
Measure Patient Outcomes
Measuring outcomes in mental and behavioral healthcare using screening tools in which patients rate the severity of symptoms helps providers determine whether their treatments are effective.
Provide Quick Feedback
Most clinical trials with frequent and timely feedback of diagnostic-specific and patient-reported symptoms found that outcomes improved across a wide variety of health disorders.
Online Tests / Immediate Results
Your clients can take 100+ SCREENING TOOLS on any electronic device, and all the scoring is done automatically and instantaneously for you.
Enter your patients' screening data in the Results Form and hit Transfer Data. The data is immediately uploaded into your database.
Variety of Tests
We offer screening tools for ADHD, Anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cognitive Difficulties, Compulsive Disorders, Depression, Eating Disorders, Interpersonal Problems, Personality Disorders, Substance Abuse, Quality of Life Issues, and more!
Find Tests Quickly
Search and Sort for Screening Tools under Type of Disorder (e.g. anxiety) or Mental Health Issue (e.g. self-esteem). Further Search and Sort can be accomplished via Age (e.g. children) and/or Sub-Type of Disorder (e.g. social anxiety).
Using Scales and Screeners
Most are drawn into this line of work in order to help others. Screening tools are useful toward achieving that goal by improving patient outcomes.
Screening tools are effective and time efficient. They are great for both rule-ins and rule-outs. The decision as to how to use the screening tools is up to the clinician.
“What you see isn’t always what you get.” Data indicates that often years go by between symptom presentation and accurate diagnosis.
Great Safety Nets
Screening tools provide a great safety net in gathering important information that suggests the need for acute-level care, such as psychosis or suicidal feelings.