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TREAT's Powerful Assessment Tools

TREAT comes equipped with a catalogue of over 120 different assessment tools, and can be customized to include new tools upon request. Many assessments required for state and externally mandated reporting and submission purposes are included in TREAT along with direct electronic submission functionality.

Assessment Tool Features

TREAT’s intelligent assessments allow for the standardized collection of clinical data. Over time, the record of assessments tracks and quantifies a client’s treatment progress and improvement. The assessments automatically score using complex algorithms and any issues identified by the assessments auto-populate into the client's Care Plan. This linkage reduces data entry effort for the clinician and ensures that all issues of concern are addressed.

The assessment framework features an intuitive user interface and contains a host of functionalities and capabilities that will improve the delivery and use of the assessment tools that your organization chooses to implement, including visit type detection, real-time data validity and error checks, secure client self-entry mode, data carry-forwarding functionality, assessment co-signing framework, as well as auditing capabilities and complete functionality for saving, editing, cancelling and printing assessments.

Tool Spotlight

Metabolic Monitoring Tool (Click to view more information)

An award winning Metabolic Health Monitor designed to aid clinicians in recognizing and treating metabolic abnormalities in patients with serious mental illness. Purpose is to identify clients who have established metabolic problems such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia and hypertension and also to identify those at risk for developing these problems characterized as the Metabolic Syndrome.

Assessment Tool Catalogue

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Mental Health

Aberrant Behavior Checklist (ABC)
Rates inappropriate and maladaptive behavior of mentally retarded individuals in residential and community settings, and developmental centers.
Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS)
Assesses abnormal involuntary movements associated with antipsychotic drugs, such as tardive dystonia and chronic akathisia, as well as 'spontaneous' motor disturbance related to the illness itself.
Behaviour and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-32)
Brief but comprehensive mental health status measure. It can also be used for outcome measurement as a pre and post test It helps to assess the following categories of strengths and needs: Medical/Psychiatric, Emotional/Behavioural, Recovery Environment, Barriers/Resources.
Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale - Anchored (BPRS-A)
Measures positive symptoms, general psychopathology and affective symptoms.
Calgary Depression Scale for Schizophrenia
Scale specifically developed for assessment of depression in patients with schizophrenia.
Camberwell Common Assessment of Need (CAN-C)
The Common Assessment of Need helps consumers assess their current situation by identifying the formal and informal support systems they currently receive and need. The results and reports provide the information your organization needs to identify service gaps and assist in recovery-oriented service planning. The tool includes both a Consumer Self-Assessment and Staff Assessment form, allowing consumers to actively engage in their assessments and care plans.
CASES - Before, During, or After Treatment
Determines any physical symptoms usually associated with psychotropic medications that might exist prior to treatment, as well as determining treatment emergent side-effects.
Clinical Diagnostic Checklist for Physicians
Aids clinicians in reporting the presence, absence or sub threshold of psychiatric disorders.
Clinical Global Impression
Three-item scale used to assess treatment response in psychiatric patients.
Concurrent Disorder Screener
This tool is used to screen clients for a number of addictions and psychiatric disorders.
Global Assessment of Functioning (GAF)
Assesses client’s level of normal daily functioning in society.
Goldberg General Health Questionnaire
General evaluation of difficulties arising from mental health concerns.
Hamilton Depression Scale (HAMD-29)
Assesses depression in individuals.
Joint K-SADS and HAMD (Joint Questionnaire KSADS Depression Section & HAMD)
General evaluation of difficulties arising from mental health concerns.
Level of Function Scale (LOS tool)
Assesses level of function in seven domains (social function, occupational function, independent living, symptom severity, fullness of life, extent of psychiatric hospitalization, and overall level of function).
Mental Health & Addictions Emergency Department Common Assessment Tool (MH & A ED-CAT)
An initial assessment tool to screen patients admitted to Emergency Departments, who may be suffering from Mental Health or Addictions disorders.
Multnomah Community Ability Scale (MCAS)
Assesses impairments and abilities among individuals with severe mental illness living in the community. The measure assesses how the person has been doing, on average, for the past three months.
Neuropsychiatric Inventory - Nursing Home Version (NPI-NH)
Characterizes the psychopathology of patients with dementia. The NPI: Nursing Home Version (NPI/NH) was developed for use in extended care to facilitate caring for residents with dementia.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Tool
A 17-item report rating scale, useful to help in the diagnosis of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
Psychiatric Diagnostic Screening Questionnaire (PDSQ)
Designed to screen for the most common DSM-IV axis I disorders encountered in outpatient mental health settings.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Tool Kit (PSR Tool Kit)
Collects reliable data that can help psychosocial rehabilitation programs to accurately describe their members' characteristics and psychosocial status and to evaluate the effectiveness of their interventions.
Reiss Screen for Maladaptive Behaviour
Screens for mental health problems (dual diagnosis) in persons with mental retardation using information supplied by caretakers, teachers, work, supervisors, or parents. Raters indicate the extent to which each of 36 carefully defined symptoms of psychiatric disorder are no problem, a problem, or a major problem.
Restraint Events Tool
Tracks the use of restraints on clients - start and end times and dates.
Simpson Angus Scale (SAS)
Evaluates the presence and severity of parkinsonian symptomatology.

interRAI

Illinois Minimum Data Set For Mental Health (MDS-MH)
Developed to serve as a comprehensive assessment instrument for adults in inpatient mental health beds including acute, forensic, long stay and geriatric psychiatry.
Resident Assessment Instrument - Community Mental Health (RAI-CMH)
An adaptation of the RAI-MH (for in-patient mental health) to community-based individuals with a broad range of mental and physical health needs.
Resident Assessment Instrument - Emergency Screener for Psychiatry (RAI-ESP)
Developed to serve as a comprehensive assessment instrument for adults in the emergency room.
Resident Assessment Instrument - Minimum Data Set 2.0 for LTC and CCC (RAI-MDS 2.0)
Developed to serve as a comprehensive assessment instrument for Long-Term Care homes and Complex Continuing Care facilities. 
Resident Assessment Instrument - Minimum Data Set for Mental Health (RAI-MH)
Developed to serve as a comprehensive assessment instrument for adults in inpatient mental health beds including acute, forensic, long stay and geriatric psychiatry.

Addiction

Addictions Assessment Instrument
Collects information regarding substance abuse.
Adult Addiction Severity Index (ASI) Lite
The Addiction Severity Index, Lite version (ASI-Lite) is a shortened version of the Addiction Severity Index (ASI). The ASI obtains lifetime information about problem behaviors, as well as problems within the previous 30 days. The ASI-Lite contains 22 fewer questions than the ASI, and omits items relating to severity ratings, and a family history grid.
Adverse Consequences of Substance Abuse
Develops a comprehensive overall clinical profile of the client’s substance use for use in developing an effective treatment plan. It was developed to aid in determining the level of functioning in 3 main areas: medical/psychiatric, emotional/behavioral, barriers and resources.
Alcohol Use Scale & Drug Use Scale (AUSDUS)
Rates client's use of alcohol and use of drugs over the past 6 months (ranging from abstinent to dependence with institutionalization).
CAGE
Brief questionnaire for detection of alcoholism, usually directed "have you ever" but may be focused to delineate past or present.
Canadian Problem Gambling Index (CPGI)
A measure of problem gambling for use in general population surveys, one that reflects a holistic view of gambling and places it in a social context.
Canadian Problem Gambling Index (Severity Index Short Assessment)
This tool is the Problem Gambling Severity Index (PGSI) portion of the CPGI. The questions are scored to produce a prevalence rate for problem gambling.
Clinical Institute Withdrawal Assessment of Alcohol Scale, Revised (CIWA-AR)
An objective scale used to evaluate patients at risk for developing alcohol withdrawal syndromes, and quantify the severity of withdrawal.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Information System (DATIS) Tracking Form
Comprehensive, up-to-date information on a wide range of drug and alcohol treatment services, such as withdrawal management, initial assessment and treatment planning, community treatment, community day/evening treatment, residential treatment, residential supportive treatment, and residential medical/psychiatric treatment.
Drug Taking Confidence Questionnaire for Alcohol & Drugs (DTCQ-8A & -8D)
Measures alcohol/drug-related self-efficacy (a person’s perception of their ability to resist alcohol/drugs in situations shown to be high risk for substance use).
Fagerstrom Test for Nicotine Dependence
Assesses a client's level of nicotine dependence and provides an idea of how difficult it will be to quit.
Perceived Social Support (PSS)
Measures the client’s strengths and needs for his/her “Recovery Environment".
Psychoactive Drug History Questionnaire (DHQ)
Developed to meet the need for a brief but comprehensive history of drug and alcohol use. Used as a tool in helping client and therapist to determine the most effective treatment/action plan for the client’s recovery.
Research Institute on Addiction Self-Inventory (RIASI)
The RIASI is used for detecting if individuals have alcohol or drug problems.
Stages of Change Readiness & Treatment Eagerness Scale (SOCRATES-8A & -8D)
Assesses client's “readiness to change” for alcohol and drug use.
The Cigarette Dependence Scale
Measures cigarette dependence based on varied conceptualizations and definitions of dependence with the exception of tolerance.
Treatment Entry Questionnaire (TEQ)
Provides information on the different reasons that clients enter substance abuse treatment.

Clinical

Adverse Events
Identifies any adverse experiences that emerge during treatment.
Clinician Report on Progress (CROP)
Collects the clinician’s overview of a patient’s progress during treatment.
Community Treatment Plan
Planning tool for outlining the aspects of a client's treatment and care for community based services and living.
Compliance (Study Medication Record)
Reports on a patient’s compliance with clinical advice and medication.
Concomitant Treatment
Lists the medications or therapies that a patient is on together with the dose, session frequency, and the start and end date.
Crisis Plan
6-item planning tool including possible risks, coping strategies and recommended approaches.
Current Medications
Documents the current & discontinued medication during a client’s care plan. The tool collects information such as the name, dose, and frequency of medication.
Flowsheet for Diabetes Care
Designed for physicians' charts and provides a summary of regular screening with diabetes.
Progress Notes
Progress note tracking that collects contact information, assessments, therapeutic interventions, consultations and progress notes.
Service Plans
This tool is used for developing, managing, and evaluating client service plans regarding medical and therapeutics, substance use and abuse, living, learning, working, and social.
Toronto Brief Inventory of Cognition
Selects appropriate treatment targets and functional treatment goals to determine which skills are impaired and may be appropriate for intervention.

General

Admission Forms
Custom designed admission forms for recording, managing, and tracking client admissions.
Custom Assessment Forms
Custom designed initial assessments forms for recording, managing, tracking, scoring, and reporting proprietary assessment forms.
Diabetes Assessment Tool
Designed to help identify patients who have diabetes early, and determine whether special care is required and to what degree the patient can self-manage their diabetes during their hospital stay.
Discharge Forms
Custom designed discharge forms for recording, managing, and tracking client discharges.
Dual Diagnosis - Griffin Management Tool (DDRS - GCSN)
Collects detailed information regarding referral, services requested, diagnoses, services received, discharge information, and post assessment / discharge diagnoses.
Emergency Department Home Care & Hospital Tracking Tools
Used as part of a research study involving the Emergency Department Screener to track patients 90 days after their admittance to the ED.
Emergency Department Screening Form
Research tool used to identify elderly persons with complex health needs in the Emergency Department; and to improve coordination between home care agencies and acute hospitals with regards to referrals; and to trigger a specialized geriatric intervention for frail elderly persons at risk of negative outcomes when admitted.
Family Burden (Modified New Hampshire - Dartmouth Family Resource Interview)
Aids in determining the resources that a patient’s family invests in a patient’s care.
Generic Tracking Form
A general tracking form that provides the ability to start tracking and managing a patient's health. Also provides the ability for self-service, allowing a patient to help manage their own health.
Health Screening Test
Also called screening tests, refers to a test or exam done to find a condition before symptoms begin. Screening tests may help find diseases or conditions early, when they are easier to treat.
Health Screening Questionnaire
Accurately assesses the client's health risk.
HOBIC Measures - Acute Care
Designed to evaluate functional status/activities of daily living, symptom status, safety outcomes, and therapeutic self-care – readiness for discharge – for AC.
HOBIC Measures - Complex Continuing Care
Designed to evaluate functional status/activities of daily living, symptom status, and safety outcomes for CCC.
HOBIC Measures - Long Term Care
Designed to evaluate functional status/activities of daily living, symptom status, and safety outcomes for LTC.
HOBIC Measures - Home Care
Designed to evaluate functional status/activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living, symptom status, safety outcomes, and therapeutic self-care – readiness for discharge – for HC.
Hospitalization History
Documents a client’s hospitalization history. It collects information such as the hospital name, date of admission and discharge, and reason for admission.
Metabolic Monitoring Tool (Click to view more information)
Purpose is to identify clients who have established metabolic problems such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia and hypertension and also to identify those at risk for developing these problems characterized as the Metabolic Syndrome.
National Rehabilitation Reporting System (NRS) Tools
Used for the recording of NRS data elements for submission to the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI).
Physical Assessment Tool
Collects results of physical assessments done on patients.
Quality of Life Enjoyment & Satisfaction Questionnaire (QLESQ)
Assessment of quality of life across various domains.
Quality of Life Scale (QLS)
Designed as a measure of deficit symptoms, rather than a general index of quality of life. This scale features substantial correlations with indices of negative symptoms.
Referral Intake Form (RIF)
Intake form covering all medical, mental, family and physical history, environment, daily living, diagnosis, referral and current medications information.
Report of Service Utilization – Telephone
Evaluates use of health care services.
Report on Service Utilization – Face to Face (ROSUF)
Evaluates use of health care services.
Social & Occupational Functioning Assessment Scale (SOFAS)
Assesses client’s level of social and occupational functioning.
Vaccination Information Tool
Provides vaccination information management of a client.
Weight Sheet Tool
Collects, manages, and tracks a client's weight over time.

Infection Control

Blood / Body Fluid Exposure Surveillance Record
Surveillance tool that tracks exposure to blood or bodily fluids via a needle or other sharp object. Tracks the blood work following the incident.
Communicable Diseases Information Tool
Probes possible diagnosis, treatment and immunity of common communicable diseases.
Infectious and Communicable Diseases
Tracks affected groups or individuals.
Influenza A (H1N1) Screening Tool
Screens visitors with regards to H1N1 - where they have visited, any contact with H1N1, and if they are showing any symptoms.
Influenza Vaccination Screening Tool (Flu shot screening)
Collects influenza vaccination information such as basic vaccine history, allergies, and knowledge of vaccination process.
Respiratory Illness Surveillance Tool
Collects information on clients or staff who have a respiratory illness including symptoms, clinical findings, contact with affected people or sites.
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Screening Tool (SARS)
Screens visitors with regards to SARS - where they have visited, any contact with SARS, and if they are showing any symptoms.
Tuberculosis (Mantoux) Screening Tool
Screens for individuals who have, have had or come in contact with anyone has had tuberculosis.

Misc

Addiction Non-residential Care Survey
Collects information regarding client's experience at a facility: basic background info, rating services & staff, involvement in treatment, facility environment and perceived outcomes.
Addictions Residential Care Survey
Collects information regarding client's stay at a facility: basic background info, rating service & staff, involvement in treatment, feedback about unit, and perceived outcomes.
Community Involvement
Collects and tracks information regarding a client's community involvement application.
Compliance Form
Manages and tracks a client's compliance with appropriate, recommended, and prescribed treatments and orders.
Legal Involvement
Collects and tracks information regarding a client's legal events and history.
Mental Health Inpatient Care Survey (MH-IP)
Collects information regarding client's stay at a facility: basic background info, rating service & staff, involvement in treatment, feedback about unit and perceived outcomes.
Mental Health Outpatient Care Survey (MH-OP)
Collects information regarding client's experience at a facility: basic background info, rating services & staff, involvement in treatment, facility environment and perceived outcomes.
Needlestick And Sharp Object Injury Report
Records and tracks clients' needlestick and sharp object injuries.
Physician Request for Services
Records and tracks treatment and services requests that are reasonable and necessary as supported by clinical documentation.
Staff Pre - Placement Tool
Determines staff placement - collects information like exposure to allergens/toxins, physical ability, allergies, and immunization history.

 

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