Today we’re excited to introduce the addition of 8 new mental health survey instruments towards the goal of making it easier to get patient reported outcomes into the clinical workflow.
- a 5-item survey for identifying probable PTSD that was designed for use in primary care (PC) settings
- a brief 2-item survey for screening and monitoring generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
- a 7-item survey for screening and monitoring generalized anxiety disorder
- a 14-item survey for monitoring mental wellbeing, an acronym for the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale
- a shortened 7-item and RASCH compatible version of WEMWBS for monitoring mental wellbeing
- a brief 2-item survey for screening and monitoring depression, an acronym for the Patient Health Questionnaire
- a 9-item survey for screening and monitoring depression, which includes a question about suicide ideation
- an 8-item version of PHQ-9 without the suicide ideation question
These surveys are available on the Overlap iOS and Android applications, and responses can be visualized and exported in our provider dashboard.
Why does this matter?
Patient-reported outcomes (PROs) are a key ingredient to making sense of a patient’s health and driving towards value-based care.
Overlap is committed to offering a remote patient monitoring solution that’s both device AND disease agnostic. Yes, we do make it easy to add customized survey instruments to your workflow. But we also think that by offering lots of measurements out of the box (we’re up to 28 now!), you’ll be able to realize results faster.
Get mental health measurements into your clinical practice or research today with Overlap.