MHT is an online (SaaS) Assessment Platform that enables Healthcare Professionals to Screen and Test patients for Mental Health and Substance Abuse issues to Objectively Improve a Patient’s Journey to Wellness.
To learn how MHT improves patient care, clinically and financially, request a demo or contact us!
How It Works
MHT’s benefits can be seen at the patient, clinician, and medical director levels. Our solutions also provides a path to additional revenues for clinics, which can be used to improve facilities, breadth of solutions, and the number of staff available to the patients.
MHT proactively provides Assessment Activity Reports for the entirety of a clinic, which aide in the following areas:
1. Quickly identify high-risk patients
2. Implement quality of care initiatives
3. Manage clinician performance & best practice
4. Efficient patient identification for advanced treatment options such as TMS and Spravato
Increase revenue on a per patient basis through the use of established CPT codes
Providers receive assessment results ahead of clinical encounters, which is then documented and graphed in each individual patients’ chart.
1. This provides the following utility: Improve efficiency for each encounter
2. Track clinical outcomes for each patient
3. Quantify your patients progress with reliable metrics
“MHT’s user-friendly interface allows us to efficiently test and track our patients through TMS therapy. Additionally, the staff is always readily available to assist when needed!” – Justin Gammill, TMS Clinical Therapy, Texas
MHT allows patients to complete digital assessments at their convenience, either at the doctor’s office or electronically from wherever they’d like:
1. Ability to share test results with different medical audiences, such as family doctor, therapist or specialist.
2. Ability to objectively track progress over time
3. Objective confirmation of diagnosis
Why this Matters
- Approximately 1 in 5 adolescents and adults in the U.S. experience mental illness in a given year
- 19.7 million American adults (aged 12 and older) battled a substance use disorder in 2017 – SAMHSA
- Nearly one in three adolescents and teenagers meet criteria for an anxiety disorder by the age of 18 – Polaris Teen Center