Objective ADHD Assessments for Adults & Children

Clinical ADHD tests for adults and children

Qbtech is a market-leading provider of objective ADHD tests, FDA cleared for use in patients aged 6-60. Clinicians around the world still solely rely on subjective data to diagnose ADHD in patients, which can provide conflicting information.*

By using standardized, objective ADHD data with QbTest or QbCheck, you can reduce the effects of subjectivity and get a data-driven understanding of core ADHD symptoms with easy-to-read, instantly generated reports.

Market-leading ADHD tests made by clinicians like you

QbTest and QbCheck were designed by a team of clinical psychologists to objectively measure the three core ADHD symptoms, offering in-clinic and remote ADHD testing. They measure motor activity down to the millimeter and are age appropriate without gamification to get an accurate assessment of patient symptoms.  

We offer comprehensive support from a team of dedicated clinical advisors, ranging from installation and onboarding to refresher training and report consultation**. 

You can access this as and when needed in each individual evaluation.

Backed by clinical research

  1. Supported by over 35 studies and 23 years of scientific research and development 
  2. Technology-first approach to ADHD assessment 
  3. Over 10,000 clinicians in 13 countries to assess hundreds of thousands of people each year 
  4. Studies showed that using QbTest helped with clinical decision making and a more efficient diagnosis, and required fewer consultations
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What you get with Qbtech

*Qbtech products should only be used in line with their intended purpose according to their label, instructions for use and marketing materials as specified by Qbtech. Always read the label and follow the instructions for use. For more information, visit our legal page.

**Comprehensive support from our clinical advisors is available with QbTest only.

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