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Clinicom Review

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3.18 / 5.00

Overall Score: 7/11

Clarity of Purpose: 2/2
Mechanism of Action: 1/1
Clinical Input in Development: 1/1
Research on Development Process: 1/1
Efficacy of Other Products: 0/1
Research Independence and Review: 1/2
Research Base: 1/3

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Rating Date: March 2022

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Clinicom is a web-based application which provides a comprehensive evidence-based assessment to inform treatment for clients and mental health clinicians. Through a link provided by the provider, clients are given a list of questions which adapt based on the client’s responses. Clinicians can view the client’s results and are given a set of recommended diagnoses, with options to create follow up assessments and track client progress. Clinicom incorporates over 90 existing assessments into its proprietary assessment.

Technical Details

Available for: Web
Developer: Clinicom
Type of Treatment: Assessment/Screening
Targeted Conditions: Mood Disorders, Schizophrenia, Stress and Anxiety, PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Phobias, Eating Disorders, Substance Use or Addiction, Sleep
Target Audience: Not Specified
Designed to be used in conjunction with a professional? Required
Languages Available: English
Get it on: Web 

Research on this App

In a validation and reliability test, CliniCom was compared with existing assessment tools for disorders which included Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Social Phobia (SP). A total of 273 records were examined, including 54 for ADHD, 34 for GAD, 80 for MDD, 73 for OCD, and 32 for SP. Assessments for GAD (HAM-A), OCD (Y-BOCS), and MDD (PHQ-9) were the most concordant at 88.2%, 87.7%, and 82.5%, respectively. SP (SPIN) was 75.0% concordant and ADHD (NEBA) was 70.4% concordant. Diagnosis of ADHD with QbTest was discordant with the CliniCom outcomes, resulting in only a 33.3% match between the assessments. (Handal et al, 2018)

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