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    Rethinking ADHD

ADHD management needs shaking up

ADHD was first diagnosed in the 1960s.
The process of diagnosing it has seen little change since then - many clinicians still rely solely on subjective information...

All that is changing, for good...

We’re adding objective data to accurately measure core ADHD symptoms: inattention, activity levels, and impulsivity. We’re using this data to inform ADHD diagnosis and treatment.

Our mission is to give every clinician the tools to see each case more clearly; to have more confidence to rule in or rule out ADHD
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About Qbtech

About Qbtech

Discover our history and why we're passionate about changing the way ADHD is managed



ADHD treatment is always changing. We take a close look to discover what works
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Qbtech gives you, the healthcare professional, objective data to inform your decision about ruling in or ruling out ADHD.
It's time for a closer inspection. Discover these award-winning ADHD tests.


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