QbTest: Rethinking the ADHD care pathway
What is QbTest?
QbTest is an FDA-cleared, CE-marked, and widely used objective ADHD test that measures core ADHD symptoms: activity, attention, and impulsivity. The standardized test is backed by years of research and is to be used alongside other clinical measures and cognitive tests. It can diagnose or rule out the condition as well as measure a patient’s response to treatment with later re-tests.
It involves a 15 or 20-minute computer-based test, measuring the three core symptoms of ADHD: activity, attention, and impulsivity. Data from the test is compared to a normative control group of the same sex and age who do not have ADHD. Results are instantly generated and presented in a report.
Make informed decisions and improve patient care
With comprehensive data at your fingertips, clinicians are able to make more informed diagnostic decisions, provide better patient outcomes, and reduce barriers to timely, quality ADHD care.
– Perry Roy, M.D.,
Carolina Attention Specialists
Expert research that improves efficiency and patient dialogue
Our teams of researchers and clinical experts are constantly working to ensure you’re getting the most out of our ADHD assessment. Healthcare professionals receive:
- Comprehensive and ongoing training to achieve a constant standard of testing and training on new features
- Direct access to a clinical advisor team from the outset
Who is QbTest for?
The assessment has been developed to help healthcare professionals such as clinicians, psychiatrists, and psychologists assess and treat ADHD.
It is not meant to be a standalone tool for diagnosing ADHD. Instead, it has been designed to be added to the assessment process along with a clinical interview and rating scales.
Discover QbCheck, which gives the ability to assess ADHD remotely or in-clinic depending on availability in your region.
Frequently asked questions about QbTest
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