CHADIS is a web-based screening, diagnostic and management system that administers and analyzes pre-visit, online questionnaires completed by parents, teens or teachers and provides Clinicians with instant access to valuable clinical data and resources. Through its process, CHADIS improves the diagnosis and management of health, emotional and behavioral issues, helping Clinicians address parents’ concerns about their child’s development while streamlining other routines of Pediatric care.
There is increased recognition within the Pediatric community that early diagnosis and treatment of health, developmental and behavioral issues in children and adolescents is extremely beneficial in successfully dealing with them. Many organizations, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, now recommend using pre-visit screening tools to assist with early identification.
CHADIS was designed with both the practice and families in mind by two highly-respected, experienced Pediatricians working with a team of technical, research and support specialists. The program was devised to be easy to utilize in day-to-day operations of a practice while achieving the ultimate goal of helping Clinicians provide better care and support to patients and families.
Why we use CHADIS:
•CHADIS identifies concisely a family’s chief concerns and gives your patients a clear avenue to more fully express them
•CHADIS follows the recommended AAP guidelines for screening and comprehensive care, promoting valid screenings that aid in the generation of evidence-based recommendations and more empirical diagnoses
•CHADIS automatically highlights and provides Informational handouts that benefit families while also allowing you to distribute additional targeted handouts
•CHADIS helps identify the best available resources such as support centers and local counselors based on a vast array of pre-screened outside resources
•CHADIS fosters communication among families and other professionals by establishing one system that captures input from all involved parties, promoting the exchange of concerns, ideas and information to achieve the best coordinated care
Participating with CHADIS by taking the online questionnaires specific to your child:
•Helps families communicate their top concerns to the Pediatrician while simultaneously having the Pediatrician directed to other issues that may be present
•Assists the Pediatrician in choosing the best available resources such a support centers and mental health professionals drawn from a vast array of outside resources
•Highlights informational handouts that the Pediatrician feels may be beneficial to families
•Fosters communication among families and all involved parties by capturing everyone's input, thereby promoting the exchange of concerns, ideas and information to achieve the best coordinated care
•Follows the recommended American Academy of Pediatricians guidelines for screening and comprehensive care, promoting valid screenings and evidence-based recommendations