CHADIS Update - Release Announcement 25.2
We are pleased to announce new enhancements to CHADIS. Please review this information, which can benefit your practice and your patient care.
Release Date: Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 8:30 am EST, nominal downtime expected.
New Features for Clinicians and Clinical Staff
CHADIS has added graphical views to the results for the following questionnaires:
Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test
Borderline Symptom List 23
Cannabis Use Disorders Identification Test-Revised
Eating Attitudes Test
Personality Inventory for DSM-5 - Brief Form (PID-5-BF) - Adult
Personality Inventory for DSM-5-Adult
PTSD Checklist for DSM 5 with Life Events Checklist for DSM-5
Revised Dyadic Adjustment Scale
Screen for Adult Anxiety Related Disorders
Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale
These graphs are available via the CHADIS detail report. The graphs were developed to support providers in screening and tracking progress of patients.
Click on the graphic icon:
2. Respondents logged in via waiting room or login switch will be automatically logged-out once all of their questionnaires are done. This further improves security if respondents are using shared devices in the waiting room.
Client Support Resources
1. For respondent-related issues, we have improved our login help and troubleshooting features.
There’s a new ‘Help’ button on the login screen.
Your patients and respondents can now also contact customer support at https://www.site.chadis.com/patient-technical-support along with the usual 1-888-4-CHADIS (1-888-424-2347) number.
2. For questions from your staff or for your practice as a whole, please contact , 1-888-4-CHADIS (1-888-424-2347) option 3, or your account manager.
New Features for Respondents
1. Review/Print: Remember that respondents can print out their answers to questionnaires by clicking ‘Go’ next to previous questionnaires. Then they can click the ‘review/print’ button next to their submissions.
Thanks to funding from the National Institutes of Health, we have further enhanced our clinical decision support and family resources for social determinants of health and adverse childhood experiences.
If you are interested in using these tools, please contact . Initial access to these tools may be limited based on research participation.
These new features include:
Clinical decision support:
Motivational interviewing-style teleprompters and pros and cons graphics tailored to respondent-specific social determinants issues.
Suggested words to use when discussing a parent’s adverse and positive childhood experiences, plus a graphic displaying these experiences, offering a new path forward.
Teleprompters for discussing the best and hardest parts of parenting.
Tailored resources automatically sent depending upon the issues reported (e.g. substance use support lines), and text messages reminding parents to act on positive suggested activities (e.g. singing to their child).
Questions? Contact .