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Behavioral Health

CHADIS Benefits for Behavioral Health Professionals and Patients

Facilitate Triage and Diagnostic Documentation

Triage with:

Screens for a wide variety of co-morbid disorders and developmental difficulties

Document diagnostic criteria:

Diagnostic tools to document DSM-5 criteria and severity. 

Facilitate Intake:

CHADIS offers screening for a wide variety of mental health disorders and developmental difficulties for triage as well as diagnostic tools to document DSM-5 criteria and severity.


Teens complete tools under secure login and results are not visible to parents or others. 

CHADIS includes a range of tools to monitor symptoms before and between visits for ADHD, depression, anxiety, tics and movements, and medication side effects.

Teen Self-administered Tools:

Facilitate Symptom Monitoring 

CHADIS allows clinicians to document all aspects of care including options for notes private to the clinician and documentation can be printed, copy/pasted or sent as pdf or efax into EHR’s as well as sent automatically into  several integrated EHRs.


MemoryBook Care Portal 

A secure individual website is created for each patient pre-populated by milestones from screening questionnaires for young children to which photos or comments can be added and shared by invitation. For patients of all ages, patient-specific text and videos for education or intervention, apps and support groups, and national and local resource listings are displayed and searchable.


Add Revenue 

CHADIS evidence-based tools are usually paid by insurers under codes 96160, 96110, 96127; and some under 96111 assessments e.g CARS, CASD.


Communicate with Schools and Primary Care Providers 

CHADIS allows patients and parents to provide online consent and “invite” teachers or other professionals to provide data such as standard ratings. ADHD ratings from parents and teachers are displayed in a graphical format to share with families. Results can be shared securely with primary care offices.


Complete Electronic Record of Behavioral Health Care

Supports Research with Reports Available

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