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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Qbtech News and Research

  • 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.

  • The frontline: ADHD care via Telehealth

    With QbTest Telehealth, the option for remote ADHD care is now possible. US Market Development Manager, Danielle, has been on the ground working with clinics who have first-hand experience of implementing telehealth in response to COVID-19 restrictions. Here, Danielle opens up about the outlook for telehealth in ADHD care and how providers are responding to the opportunity of running objective tests beyond the clinic walls.

  • Facilitating success with ADHD at college

    The need to address mental health at college is great and continues to grow. According to a 2018 report based on data from nearly 200 college campuses, the percentage of students seeking mental health treatment between 2007 and 2017 rose from 19 to 34%, and the percentage of those with mental illness diagnoses rose from 22 to 36% [1]. But what treatment options are available for these college students, and specifically for those with ADHD? Dr. Antshel, Professor and Director of Clinical Training Psychology at Syracuse University, explains.

  • ADHD at college - where are we now?

    What is the first thought that comes to mind when you hear "college"? In movies, college is often portrayed as a one long party with infrequent visits to the library and lots of football. The reality, in most cases, is that college life is far more stressful. The academic pressure, increased perception of competition, building new social groups and finding your place is hard enough, not to mention when ADHD is added to the mix. We speak to Dr. Antshel, Professor and Director of Clinical Training Psychology at Syracuse University, to learn more about how ADHD affects college students.

  • The bumpy road to success - Jannine's story (part three)

    Now, on her third master’s degree, Jannine understands what it takes to create the right environment for success for those with ADHD. In this feature we learn more about why she has dedicated her career to help people thrive and how coaching has been beneficial to her clients.