DSM-5 Diagnosis for Children and Adolescents
Administer the gold standard for Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health diagnosis online.
The Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children (DISC) can now be administered with a tablet, smartphone, laptop or computer connected to the internet. Using cutting-edge computer adaptive technology, TeleSage has developed the NetDISC-5, a highly structured online interview compatible with DSM-5 and ICD-11. The NetDISC-5 does not require a clinician to administer. Both parent and youth versions are available with instant scoring and results, as well as user-friendly reporting.
- Youth Version (ages 10-17) coming soon
- Young Adult Version (ages 17 and up) available now
- Parent Version (ages 6 to 17) coming soon
Computerized scoring and branching improves the accuracy of diagnostic results while saving administrative time and cost.
A report is available immediately once the assessment has been completed. Track progress instantly during the interview using the NetDISC-5 Summary feature.
Data is kept secure on encrypted, geo-redundant servers. The entire system is fully HIPAA-compliant. Integrate directly with your EHR upon request.
Current Core Modules
2. Social Phobia
3. Panic Disorder
4. Generalized Anxiety Disorder
6. Major Depressive Disorder
9. Conduct Disorder
(Antisocial Personality Disorder – included in young adult version)
10. Alcohol Use Disorder
11. Tobacco Use Disorder
12. Marijuana Use Disorder
13. Other Substance Use Disorder
14. Tic (not included in young adult version)
- Select and configure which modules to administer.
- Save administrative time and cost while increasing diagnostic specificity with computer-adaptive testing.
- Receive real-time diagnostic reports with secure HIPAA-compliant storage and transmission.
- Reduce diagnostic errors via automatic branching and symptom calculations.
- Receive instant progress updates with the user-friendly Summary feature and flexible interview navigation.
- Integrate directly with your EHR upon request.
YOUNG ADULT VERSION
for ages 17 and up
for ages 10 to 17
for parents with children ages 6 to 17
Self-report versions of all three of the complete DISC assessments are planned.