Managing ADHD begins with information

At Creekmore Clinic, we are all familiar with the signs, challenges . . . and triumphs regarding ADHD. We provide this page to allow information regarding innovative technology from QBTech that aids greatly in ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Please take a few moments to read more.

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  • New study finds ADHD Test serves as a better indicator of medication effects

    In a study of 77 adult patients, clinical interviews, self-rating scales, and QbTest, an objective ADHD test measuring attention, impulsivity, and activity, were used at baseline and at two follow-up appointments after starting treatment.

  • Observation is key

    During a QbTest, clinicians get an opportunity to observe the patient, providing rich, qualitative data to marry up with the quantitative data from the QbTest report. Using the QbTest Observation Sheet, clinical teams can use this period to take note of the client’s experience in addition to the rich data that the report itself provides. The team at Cork Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) describe how they make full use of the QbTest.

  • The reality: using QbTest reports in clinical practice

    Clinical judgment is a core skill honed by experienced clinicians providing ADHD assessment and treatment. While clinical judgment is essential - based on feedback from subjective data (rating scales, interviews), many leading healthcare teams are turning to objective data to enhance their understanding of patients' ADHD symptomatology. Cork Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is one practice who have evolved their ADHD care pathway to incorporate objective data for ADHD assessment and treatment. This is their story...

  • Is objective ADHD testing possible via Telehealth?

    This year's 8th World Congress on ADHD promises to bring together some of the best minds in ADHD research to share the latest ideas and approaches to ADHD care management. This year there is a substantial focus on the response to COVID-19 and the role of digital interventions including telehealth in ADHD care.

  • Hands on - user experience feedback on QbTest Telehealth

    During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, the incorporation of telehealth into medical and mental health practices was crucial for survival of the practice itself and for the safety of both patients and providers.

  • Maximizing Telehealth — a solution for ADHD care during the pandemic and beyond

    Early into the COVID-19 pandemic there was a “nearly 60% reduction in office visits” for primary care providers in the US [1]. Additionally, polling from the National Council for Behavioral Health found that 54% of organizations were forced to close healthcare/treatment programs [2]. The key to clinics surviving this reduction was to offer a virtual modality to receive care for as many services as possible.