Risk assessment: Examination of four critical items allows clinicians to immediately screen for suicidal ideation and substance abuse.
Standardized data: The OQ®-30.2 is a standardized instrument with solid empirical support and is a recommended outcome measure by The Joint Commission.
User-friendly:The OQ®-30.2 can be completed in less than 4 minutes and is designed to be incorporated into an office visit in an unobtrusive manner and easily be administered week-to-week without reservation.
Assists with streamlining paperwork and with treatment planning: The OQ®-30.2 is designed to be an indicator of change and thereby can shorten progress notes. Treatment planning is made easier from assessing the content areas of the OQ®-30.2.
The OQ®-30.2 is available in English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Chilean Spanish, Chinese Simplified, Chinese (Taiwan), Chinese (Quebec), Dutch, Farsi, Hebrew, Korean, Swedish and Vietnamese only at this time.
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The OQ®-30.2 is a shortened version of the OQ®-45.2, intended to be used in behavioral and medical health care and private practice settings to measure patient progress following psychological and medical interventions.
The OQ®-30.2 is designed to measure patient progress in therapy, and to be repeatedly administered during the course of treatment and at termination. In addition, the OQ®-30.2 can be used as a base-line screening instrument with application for gross treatment-assigning decisions.
The OQ®-30.2 was designed to be sensitive to change over short periods of time, and designed to be brief, while maintaining high levels of reliability and validity. The OQ®-30.2 is also designed to access common symptoms across a wide range of adult mental disorders and syndromes, including stress-related illness and v. codes.
The usual use of the OQ®-30.2 is administration prior to intervention, so as to produce a benchmark, or initial psychological disturbance. The benchmark data is used in conjunction with normative data that characterize the functioning of persons who are not undergoing psychological treatment.
Patients typically take the test several times during the course and at the end of treatment. Patient functioning can then be contrasted to baseline functioning to see if the changes that are being made reach standards for reliable change.
Patient functioning at any point in time can be compared with normal functioning, to gauge if the patient has returned to a normal range. The OQ®-30.2 has been derived from the OQ®-45.2’s psychometric properties of reliability, validity, and sensitivity to change.
The OQ®-30.2 is considered one instrument, and pricing for use of this instrument depends on the type of license you need.
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