Behavioral Health Screen & Assessments

  • 60,000,000: The number of Americans who are estimated to need some form of mental health treatment.
  • 134,500: Estimated number of licensed Psychologists and Psychiatrists practicing in the United States.
  • The demand for treatment far exceeds the number of providers, leaving millions of people undiagnosed and/or untreated.

The Behavioral Health Assessment by CTS™ offers a researched and validated multi-dimensional assessment for identifying, tracking, and monitoring a multitude of behavioral health issues.

Unlike most mental health screens which only detect one condition at a time, typically depression, the Behavioral Health Assessment by CTS™ approach is different. Utilizing a multi-dimensional assessment tool which tracks seven of the most prevalent issues with on test producing quantifiable results, it can identify PTSD, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, addiction, suicidal thoughts, and functional impairment.

The assessment fits into practice workflow, yields standardized reports, and connects with most electronic health records (EHRs).

Information provided through our assessment provides a comprehensive profile of each patient. The information can be used in measurement-based care, revealing changes in a patient’s mental health status, practice patterns, and aggregate population health data.

Reducing Healthcare Spending with Digital Behavioral Health

By providing effective behavioral health treatment, overall healthcare spending can be reduced by an average of $6,756 per person, per year. With a population of 325 million people in the US alone, the savings could be extraordinary.

Medical treatment is more- costly when behavioral health issues are not addressed early on. For example, for individuals with depression and diabetes, researchers found that improved treatment of depression not only led treated individuals to fewer days with depression, but also resulted in lower overall outpatient medical expenses. (Simon, et al., 2007)

A 2015 study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry estimated that depression costs the United States $210 billion each year, with 40% of those costs related directly to depression, and the balance related to indirect costs like low productivity.

In Summary, the Behavioral Health Survey

  • Is simple for patients to take
  • Is easy to administer
  • Is convenient and beneficial for patients
  • Produces measurable results
  • Generates a new revenue stream for practices

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