Mental Health Assessment Software Capabilities
With a library of research-backed tools at your fingertips, you can easily administer evidence-based clinical assessments and outcome instruments, and access real‐time data on client progress.
Children and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) is a multi-purpose tool utilized to support clinical decision making, level of care, service planning, and monitoring of clinical outcomes. Multiple versions of CANS are currently used across all 50 states in mental health, juvenile justice, and early intervention arenas to name a few. Qualifacts helps you stay up to date with changes and enables you to use CANS efficiently.
American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria are integrated into Qualifacts’ systems to provide a holistic, biopsychosocial assessment utilized for service and treatment planning as well as level of care determination. Our ASAM assessment integration can be used to determine the appropriate level of care for covered Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment services.
The Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) is a multi-purpose tool utilized for the screening, diagnosing, and monitoring of depression severity. It can be used to assist the clinician in making the diagnosis of depression and to quantify depression symptoms and monitor severity. Qualifacts easily integrates PHQ-9s into our systems to streamline the form collection process.
The Daily Living Activities 20 (DLA-20) is a clinical outcome measure designed to assess current behavior in 20 activities of daily living. Qualifacts has integrated DLA-20 to provide valuable data that drives service delivery and tracks outcomes.
Additional Screening Tools
The Standardized Assessment covers the required domains and allows for more free-text areas with data elements for tracking outcomes. Several industry-standard screening tools and assessments are available (GAD-7, WHODAS, Socrates, Audit, C-SSRS, ANSA, PCS-35, etc.) in the system. And with Qualifacts’ configurable forms, your team can create forms for statewide Screening and Transition Tools for Adult and Youth screening, and transition of care.
Mental Health Assessment Tools for Providers Like You
It’s easy to fully configure your workflow within our systems so it feels familiar and easy to navigate. You decide which tasks matter most, in what order, so you can access, track, and update your most frequently used information. Give your front office intelligent tools for streamlining workflows, scheduling with confidence, and optimizing one of your most valuable assets: time.
Easy to Use EHR Interface
Inside one platform, you have easy access to an intuitive suite of tools for handling screening assessments, claims, reimbursement, outcome instruments, treatment plans, records, and reports.
See incomplete tasks in a single stream, and utilize one tap access to complete incomplete documents, non-status appointments, or open sessions started while offline.
For all serviced clients, the system determines when each client was last seen and then indicates the number of clients in the different “days since seen” categories.
The expiring documents functionality can be used for any document type that must be renewed or tracked. Staff can see documents that are expired or expiring within the next 7 days.
Quickly add new appointments or access existing appointments.
Search caseload based on Client Name, Client ID, and Client Number.