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) available now!
- Young Adult Version (ages 17 and up) available upon special request
- Parent Version (ages 6 to 17) available now!
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. Tic (not included in young adult version)
7. Major Depressive Disorder
10. Conduct Disorder
(Antisocial Personality Disorder – included in young adult version)
11. Alcohol Use Disorder
12. Tobacco Use Disorder
13. Marijuana Use Disorder
14. Other Substance Use Disorder
- 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.