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FAQ

Do you see patients in person?

No, Mind Garden Mental Health Services is a tele-psychiatry practice. Schedule an appointment today! or Call us at (781) 430-4309 for more information.

Do you take insurance?

Yes! We accept insurance,

AEtna, Allways Healt, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Compsych, Harvard Pilgrim, Health New England, Point32 Health Care, Oscar, Oxford, Tufts, United Health Group/Optum.

What is QbCheck ADHD testing?

QbCheck is a computerized assessment tool designed to assist in the evaluation and diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in individuals of all ages. It provides objective data on attention, impulsivity, and activity levels through computer-based tasks.

How does QbCheck work?

QbCheck measures ADHD-related symptoms by analyzing the user’s performance on various computer-based tasks. It tracks parameters such as movement, response times, and errors to generate a comprehensive report for clinicians.

Who can administer QbCheck tests?

QbCheck tests are typically administered by qualified healthcare professionals, including psychologists, psychiatrists, pediatricians, and other clinicians experienced in ADHD assessment.

QbCheck a substitute for a full ADHD evaluation?

While QbCheck provides valuable data, it is not a replacement for a comprehensive ADHD evaluation, which may include clinical interviews, observation, and additional assessment tools. QbCheck serves as a supplementary tool to aid in diagnosis and treatment planning.

How long does a QbCheck test take?

A QbCheck test session typically takes between 15 to 20 minutes to complete, depending on the individual’s performance and the specific tasks involved.

QbCheck suitable for all age groups?

Yes, QbCheck can be utilized for individuals aged 6 years and older. However, its effectiveness may vary depending on factors such as age, cognitive ability, and clinical context.

What information does a QbCheck report include?

A QbCheck report provides objective data on attention, impulsivity, and activity levels based on the user’s performance during the test. It may include metrics such as reaction time, variability in response, and comparisons to age and gender norms.

How reliable and valid is QbCheck?

QbCheck has demonstrated good reliability and validity in assessing ADHD symptoms. However, it’s important to interpret results in conjunction with other clinical information for a comprehensive evaluation.

Can QbCheck be used to monitor treatment progress?

Yes, QbCheck can be employed to monitor treatment progress by comparing test results before and after intervention, such as medication or behavioral therapy. This allows clinicians to track changes in ADHD symptoms over time.

Is QbCheck covered by insurance?

Coverage for QbCheck testing may vary depending on insurance provider, diagnosis, and specific policy terms. Patients are encouraged to consult their insurance company to determine coverage eligibility and any associated costs.