M3 Clinician was validated in a 2009 study performed at the University of North Carolina, and published in the Annals of Family Medicine. It was shown to effectively screen for Depression, Bipolar Disorder and a range of Anxiety Disorders, including PTSD, using a single 27-item, patient-rated, evidence-based screen.
Clinical Decision Support at the Point of Care and Reimbursement for Screening (Via CPT 99420) and Monitoring Mental Health
M3 Clinician provides an individualized patient assessment geared toward early detection, co-morbid illness, and identifying people in distress irrespective of their particular diagnosis. Meanwhile, its dimensional subscores help to place patients on a clinical map, leading the clinician toward the appropriate diagnosis. M3 Clinician facilitates longitudinal monitoring and communication among the care team members in a medical home environment.