AssessMD Assessments

Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment

In order to help clinicians rapidly identify Generalized Anxiety Disorder, AssessMD has created the Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment. This is a fully automated progressive, layered and randomized test with multiple possible measures. Patients will receive an AssessMD anxiety rating score that can be used to assess a patient’s level of anxiety and track the effectiveness of treatment over time. Results will also identify self-harm or suicide risks.

AssessMD Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment

Administration Method
Electronic Tablet or any small device with a standardized web browser (e.g. iPad)
Length
Minimum of 14, Maximum of 27 Randomized Questions, depending on patient’s likelihood of Anxiety
Administration Time
2-4 Minutes
Results
  • Indicates the possibility of Anxiety
  • Indicates the severity of symptoms of Anxiety
  • Indicates if a patient meets DSM-V criteria for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  • Indicates the possibility of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Panic Disorder, Performance or Social Anxiety
  • Evaluates, documents and reports suicidal risk in patients who meet Generalized Anxiety Disorder criteria
  • Identifies risks for self-harm
Approximates the Score of the Following Tests*
  • ZUNG-Anxiety Index
  • Beck Anxiety Inventory
For Use Alone or in Combination with the Following Tests for Differential Diagnosis
  • AssessMD™ Adult Major Depressive Disorder Assessment
  • AssessMD™ Adult BiPolar Disorder Assessment
  • AssessMD™ Adult Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia)

Clinicians can opt to use the AssessMD™ Adult Master Assessment, which includes all of the above tests.

Unlike any other anxiety-testing tool, the test utilizes the Symptom Level Determination Software engine (SLDS) to calculate the test results as the patient is completing the AssessMD™ Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder Assessment. Patients who are determined, by SLDS, not to meet testing criteria for anxiety stop after just 14 questions minimizing the time spent on testing. Other patients whose scores warrant further testing will be prompted to complete additional questions. Patients meeting the diagnostic criteria for Generalized Anxiety Disorder based on test responses will be instructed to complete the entire 34-question test.