Evaluate Health Innovation in Rural America

Innovation doesn’t only happen in big cities. Evaluate programs and treatments designed specifically for your community. Prove what works, establish credibility and unlock resources only available to evidence-based programs and treatments.

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Electronic Medical Record Integration

This new ProofPilot integration dramatically reduces the organizational barriers associated with EMR data. It requires almost no engagement with complex hospital bureaucracies. In the worst case, it requires a simple call to a customer service line so a participant can get a secure invite code. Participants from around the country can enrich the data available…

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Postnatal depression

The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) is a well known short questionnaire used to check if a mother might suffer from PPD.

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Patient Health Questionnaire

There is a variety of rating scales for symptoms of depression, and the 9-item Person Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) is one of them. The advantages of the PHQ-9 are: It is a methodologically good scale, It takes very little time to fill in, only 9 short questions, It can be used without paying a publisher/company, as…

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Outcome Questionnaire (OQ-45.2)

A product of over two decades of research by Dr. Michael Lambert, the OQ®-45.2 is a self-report Outcome Measure designed for repeated measurement of client progress while in therapy and following termination. The OQ®-45.2 measures three subscales: 1 Symptom Distress (depression and anxiety) 2 Interpersonal Relationships (loneliness, conflict with others and marriage and family difficulties)…

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Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale

Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) was originally developed by Zigmond and Snaith (1983) and is commonly used by doctors to determine the levels of anxiety and depression that a patient is experiencing. The HADS is a fourteen item scale that generates ordinal data. Seven of the items relate to anxiety and seven relate to…

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Hamilton Depression Rating Scale

The HDRS (also known as the Ham-D) is the most widely used clinician-administered depression assessment scale. The original version contains 17 items (HDRS17) pertaining to symptoms of depression experienced over the past week.

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