Automated Intelligent
Mental Health Triage

Interfaces To Most EHRs In Minutes

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KNOW

Your Patient

KNOW

The Big Picture

KNOW

Your Plan

KNOW

Your Patient

KNOW

The Big Picture

KNOW

Your Plan

How It Works

Connected Mind® uses FAST Check® technology to quickly triage patients for mental health conditions while they wait. Most patients complete the triage process in under a minute. For those that require further questioning, our intelligent system builds and administers a personalized interview for up to 6 mental health conditions, while also looking for risks of suicide.

How It Works

Connected Mind® uses FAST Check® technology to quickly triage patients for mental health conditions while they wait. Most patients complete the triage process in under a minute. For those that require further questioning, our intelligent system builds and administers a personalized interview for up to 6 mental health conditions, while also looking for risks of suicide.

KNOW Your Patient

You walk into exam room 2, and your new patient Sally is sitting there with a stack of pages printed from WebMD. Your first thought is, “well there goes lunch”. It’s not that you don’t care, because you do care. It’s the fact that you are in a no win situation. You may be able to address 1 or 2 issues, but she is not going to walk away feeling truly better, and you are behind the rest of the day. 

You walk into exam room 4, and your long time patient Carl is complaining of stomach issues. You ask him, “how are you doing Carl”. He immediately tears up. He won’t tell you what is going on, but you know something is wrong. You are already 15 minutes behind for your next patient. What do you do?

1 in 4 adults suffer from a mental health condition, and if they are suffering from 1 there is a 50% chance they are suffering from 2 or more. Because a patient’s mental and physical health are so closely connected. Knowing whether or not your patients are suffering, and what they are suffering from, is key to effectively treating them. 

Now there is a way to find the 1 in 4 and improve workflow. With Connected Mind’s® FAST Check® technology, most patients can be successfully screened for up to 6 conditions in under a minute while they wait.

KNOW Your Patient

You walk into exam room 2, and your new patient Sally is sitting there with a stack of pages printed from WebMD. Your first thought is, “well there goes lunch”. It’s not that you don’t care, because you do care. It’s the fact that you are in a no win situation. You may be able to address 1 or 2 issues, but she is not going to walk away feeling truly better, and you are behind the rest of the day. 

You walk into exam room 4, and your long time patient Carl is complaining of stomach issues. You ask him, “how are you doing Carl”. He immediately tears up. He won’t tell you what is going on, but you know something is wrong. You are already 15 minutes behind for your next patient. What do you do?

1 in 4 adults suffer from a mental health condition, and if they are suffering from 1 there is a 50% chance they are suffering from 2 or more. Because a patient’s mental and physical health are so closely connected. Knowing whether or not your patients are suffering, and what they are suffering from, is key to effectively treating them. 

Now there is a way to find the 1 in 4 and improve workflow. With Connected Mind’s® FAST Check® technology, most patients can be successfully screened for up to 6 conditions in under a minute while they wait.

KNOW The Big Picture 

If a patient suffers from depression there is a 50% chance they also suffer from anxiety, and a 30% chance they suffer from somatic symptom disorder. If a patient suffers from depression, bipolar depression needs to be ruled out or the medication may send the patient into a manic episode. Bipolar can often be mistaken for ADHD and vice versa, but the treatment for one condition can cause significant issues with the other, making proper diagnosis imperative. Substance use disorder and Suicidality linger behind the scenes of all of these conditions, and if left undiscovered create significant impact.

Screening for all of these conditions is not realistic and over-burdensome, so most of the time doctors are forced to ignore the comorbidities and settle for a rudimentary depression screening – UNTIL NOW!

KNOW The Big Picture

If a patient suffers from depression there is a 50% chance they also suffer from anxiety, and a 30% chance they suffer from somatic symptom disorder. If a patient suffers from depression, bipolar depression needs to be ruled out or the medication may send the patient into a manic episode. Bipolar can often be mistaken for ADHD and vice versa, but the treatment for one condition can cause significant issues with the other, making proper diagnosis imperative. Substance use disorder and Suicidality linger behind the scenes of all of these conditions, and if left undiscovered create significant impact.

Screening for all of these conditions is not realistic and over-burdensome, so most of the time doctors are forced to ignore the comorbidities and settle for a rudimentary depression screening – UNTIL NOW!

KNOW Your Plan

Having a Mental Health Profile on your patient before you enter the exam room gives you a huge advantage over discovering mental health issues unexpectedly during your exam. In both scenarios talking to your patient about their mental health is important, but knowing in advance helps you to determine if your patient’s conditions are something you feel comfortable dealing with or something you are going to want to refer out to a psychiatrist. Knowing also helps you to determine if their physical symptoms are likely being created, affected, or exacerbated by their mental health condition. Knowing your plan saves you and your patient significant time; making their overall experience better.

KNOW Your Plan

Having a Mental Health Profile on your patient before you enter the exam room gives you a huge advantage over discovering mental health issues unexpectedly during your exam. In both scenarios talking to your patient about their mental health is important, but knowing in advance helps you to determine if your patient’s conditions are something you feel comfortable dealing with or something you are going to want to refer out to a psychiatrist. Knowing also helps you to determine if their physical symptoms are likely being created, affected, or exacerbated by their mental health condition. Knowing your plan saves you and your patient significant time; making their overall experience better.

How Connected Mind Has Helped

Derek LeJeune

MD

“Connected Mind helps me identify mental health conditions that I often would not catch without this type of tool. It helps me to provide better patient care and takes significantly less time...”

Gustavo H Day

MD

“… I have everything I need to make a plan before I go into the exam room. I am able to be proactive which saves me significant time. I feel that I am doing a better job assessing my patients. I recommend using Connected Mind ..."

Lucio R. Gonzales, Jr.

PA-C

“Connected Mind has been invaluable in helping me to identify underlying mental health conditions in my patients"