Client Reports

These reports are used to assess problems, track improvement (including medication response) and to enhance the therapeutic relationship. They are processed and returned in real time to any device with internet access.

Page One of Sample Client Report
The client report can be used to enhance the therapeutic relationship

Page one of the Client Report summarizes demographic, medical and history information, presents client reported mental health issues, and shows total stress compared to the general population over the last 30 days and the last 12 months. This page also displays alert notifications for the clinician if there is an exacerbation of symptoms and/or deterioration in client function. These alerts are provided to encourage a review of treatment, client goals and the proposed course of action. Controlled studies have demonstrated these alerts help clinicians deliver better care by highlighting cases where a careful review of the course of treatment is warranted.

Page Two of Sample Client Report

Page two of the Client Report provides clinicians with initial and subsequent TOP results in a Summary Scoring Graph, identifying the level of severity in each of the 12 measured clinical dimensions. Critical items that place the client at risk for being a danger to themselves or others are highlighted along with client responses to key questions. When subsequent TOP assessments are administered, results are added (as additional score bars) so the provider and client can monitor the impact of treatment within each clinical dimension. This page may be shared with the patient to help them monitor their progress. This opens up a powerful communication channel for patients who might be hesitant to discuss certain symptoms. TOP Client Reports can help treatment get to a deeper and more meaningful place earlier.

View additional sample client reports: Adult, Adolescent, and Child.