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Developmental, Behavioral and Health Screening & Diagnostic Tools for Primary Care


CHADIS is the leading provider of online screening tools and questionnaires completed by patients/caregivers, teens, teachers and clinicians. The following are examples of >300.

Ages and Stages Questionnaire-3®  
Ages and Stages Questionnaire: Social-Emotional (ASQ:SE2) 
Baby Pediatric Symptom Checklist (BPSC)
Childhood Autism Rating Scale, Second Edition (CARS2-ST) 
CHADIS Child Developmental History
CHADIS Pregnancy and Perinatal History
CHADIS 0 – 3 (e.g., eating, sleeping, mental health)
Early Childhood Screening Assessment

Infant Development Inventory (IDI)
MacArthur-Bates Language Short forms (8-15mo and 16-30 mo) 
M-CHAT-Revised Follow-upTM
Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire© (SDQ) 
Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire Functional Assessment© *
Survey of Well-being of Young Children (SWYC)

Australian Scale for Asperger’s Syndrome 
Childhood Autism Rating Scale, Second Edition (CARS2-HF) 
Childhood Autism Rating Scale, Second Edition (CARS2-ST) *
Questionnaire for Parents or Caregivers, (CARS2-QPC, to be used with the CARS2-ST or CARS2-HF) (CARS2-QPC)
Conners 3TM 
Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ)
Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC-17)
Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC-35)
Social & Communication Disorders Checklist - Parent (SCDC) 
Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire 4+© 
Vanderbilt Assessment Scale-Revised & Follow Up

Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale (ASRS-v1.1) Symptom Checklist
BEARS Sleep Screening Tool (Adolescent / Self-report)
CHADIS Online Use & Safety (Media)  
CHAMPS Youth Self Report (GAPS requirements) 
CRAFFT© (substance use screen) 
DEP-ADO (Detection of Alcohol and Drug Problems in Adolescents) Version 3.2 (DEP-ADO)
Kaiser Teen Questionnaire
Pediatric Symptom Checklist – Youth 
Problematic and Risky Internet Use Screening Scale (PRIUSS)
Problematic and Risky Internet Use Screening Scale 3/18 (PRIUSS 3/18)
Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire 11+©   *
Substance Risk Estimator 
Strengths and Difficulties Functional Assessment©*

CHADIS School Intervention Questionnaire 
Checklist for Autism Spectrum Disorder 
Child Behavior CheckList (CBCL)  *
Exchange of Information Consent for ADHD Care 
Social and Communication Disorders Checklist - Teacher  
Social Communication Questionnaire (Current and Lifetime) 
Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) Teacher Version 4+©  *
Vanderbilt Assessment Scale Revised Teacher Initial & Follow Up

AUDIT-C Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test—Consumption 
Brenner Families in Training (FIT) (Nutrition/Obesity and Exercise)
CHADIS Adjectives to Describe your Child
CHADIS Child Medical History
CHADIS Demographics-Short & Long Versions
CHADIS Family Cardiac History

CHADIS Family Medical History
CHADIS Goals Questionnaire
CHADIS Guidance Topics (Oral Health, incl. Bright Futures)
CHADIS Home and School Environment
CHADIS Medications & Medication Side Effects
CHADIS Pregnancy and Perinatal History

CHADIS Review of Systems
CHADIS Safety Measures (0-11, Complete for Bright Futures)
CHADIS Visit Priorities
Chief Concern for Visit
Child Behavior Checklist
DHCS 7098 H - Staying Healthy Assessment Adult (SHA Adult)
DHCS 7098 I - Staying Healthy Assessment Senior (SHA Senior)

Early Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT)
Eating Attitudes Test (EAT 26)
Influenza Vaccine Consent and Screening Form (Flu Vaccine Consent and Screening)
Kennedy Krieger Independence Scales - Spina Bifida Version (KKIS-SB)
Medication Questionnaire
Medication Side Effects (Parent)
New Patient Questionnaire

One Year Injury History
Screening Checklist for Contraindications to Vaccines for Children and Teens
Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire - TX (TB Screening Questionnaire)
World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0 Self 12 Item
World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0 Self 36 Item

Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (AIMS 1)
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)
Adverse Childhood Experiences and Positive Childhood Experiences
Suicide Screening Questions (ASQ)
Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale for Children (CES-DC) 
CHADIS – DSM-PC (Comprehensive Mental Health dx)
Child's Reaction to Traumatic Events Scale (
Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale
Generalized Anxiety Disorder scale (GAD-7)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder scale 2 (GAD-2)
Kutcher Adolescent Depression Scale  
Life Clinic Neuro-Behavioral Questionnaire
Mood Disorder Questionnaire (MDQ)
Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-A)

Patient Health Questionnaire 4 (PHQ-4)
Patient Health Questionnaire-9 Modified (PHQ-9-M CTS)
Patient Health Questionnaire-9 Modified

PRIME MD PHQ (adult depression)
SCOFF (eating disorders)
Screen for Child Anxiety Related Disorders (parent & child)  
Self-Description Inventory (Social Skills Inventory)
Weiss Symptom Record (WSR)
Weiss ADHD Comorbid Health Screen (WACS)
Yale Global Tic Severity Scale (YGTSS)

Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 2: Symptom Evaluation (SCAT2: Symptom Evaluation)
Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 3 (SCAT3)
Sports Participation Questionnaire (Illinois)
Sports Physical Clinical Tool

Asthma Control Test 4-11 & 12+ versions
Asthma Medications Without Adherence Questions (Asthma Medications 2.0)
CHADIS Asthma Medical History
CHADIS Asthma Medications (Adherence)
CHADIS Asthma Parent Perception Rating
CHADIS Asthma Parent Priorities
CHADIS Environmental Triggers & Smoke Exposure Questionnaire

ICP Asthma Data Collection Form
Pediatric Asthma Control & Communication Instrument (PACCI)

CHADIS Exchange of Information Consent
CHADIS Potential Stressors Checklist
Hunger Vital Sign
McMaster Family Assessment Device, General Functioning Subscale
Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS)
Partner Violence Screen (PVS)
Safe Environment for Every Kid (SEEK); SEEK-PLUS (F/U with barriers)

Suicide Screening Questions (ASQ)
CRAFFT (Clinician Interview)
Opioid Risk Tool - 2 (ORT2)

PRAPARE: Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patient Assets, Risks, and Experiences
Sport Concussion Assessment Tool – 3rd edition: Clinician tool for patients 5 to 12 years old
Sport Concussion Assessment Tool – 3rd edition: Clinician tool for patients 13 years and older (SCAT3: Clinician tool 13+ years )
Sports Physical Clinical Tool
Theory of Mind  

CHADIS Feedback Questionnaire: Parent Version
Child and Adolescent Needs & Strengths (CANS)
Joint Commission Compliance Questionnaire
National Center for Medical Home Implementation
Parent Perception of Child's Care 
Provider-Level Promoting Healthy Development (Pro-PHDS)®

These questionnaires may have an additional cost associated with them. Ask your account manager or sales representative for details.

Supporter Testimonials

Dr. Ari Silver-Isenstadt
MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, Baltimore, MD

"CHADIS has been a great timesaver and has improved the quality of the care that I deliver in the office. I used to have a large stack of paper on my desk, of questionnaires and surveys, that needed to be scored and evaluated. With CHADIS that paper has all disappeared because the parents complete those surveys and the scoring is done automatically and is imported into Office Practicum. That benefit in and of itself is worth the investment."

Dr. Robert Stephens
Cornerstone Pediatrics, Sequin, Tx

"Getting CHADIS is definitely worthwhile. If you were to take each of those questionnaires and buy them individually, at an online pre-visit basis, the cost is actually cheaper through CHADIS."

Dr. Selam Bullock
Kids' First Pediatric, Raleigh, NC

"My short time experience with CHADIS integrated has been great!  It’s a product that actually does what it says it will do!  I am really liking this product!  The discrete data elements and the ease of use have made the transition rather painless."

Becky Senesac, CPC, EFPM
Primary Care Health Partners, Williston, VT

“We have been using CHADIS for 5 years.  The recent interface between Allscripts Pro and CHADIS has had a positive impact on our clinic, for the questionnaires that are supported.  Prior to the interface, almost 100% of our questionnaires were completed in the office.  Now we are seeing an increasing percentage of questionnaires being completed at home. We find it is fairly seamless now. [This is a] significant savings of work and time…”

Grace Stout, Practice Manager
The Children's Clinic, Anchorage, AK

“Dr. Lindgren’s patients access a cool web tool, called CHADIS, that allows them to help him screen for all kinds of conditions including developmental delays, behavioral issues, or even learning problems.  You see, this doc is big into prevention. But it’s hard to get the info he needs in a regular office visit since parents often have their hands full with a sick child.  Now his patients can be way ahead of the game and parents love it.”

Dr. Carl Lindgren
Healthy Futures Pediatrics

CHADIS has been a really great resource for my practice. With CHADIS, I have access to a comprehensive list of screening and assessment tools. I can use the tools to accomplish multiple goals, including early screening and intervention. As a physician, I know that early intervention DOES WORK!



Janice Loeffler, MD

Treehouse Pediatrics has used Chadis as a part of its day to day operations for the past couple of years. We have found it to be a tremendous asset in our operational efficiencies.  Parents appreciate the convenience of completing their child’s developmental, ADHD, and asthma questionnaires at home, and it has proven to help make all of our visits requiring questionnaires run more smoothly.  Furthermore, we appreciate the interpretation and documentation that Chadis provides for these questionnaires. We feel that Chadis has become an integral part of our operational efficiencies.  We do not know what we would do without it.

Bill James, MHA
Treehouse Pediatrics

“I just wanted to say thank you for such a wonderful opportunity…so so helpful for me to better understand my patient, and to have ideas on where to go next. So thank you so much for a really incredible opportunity to be part of CHADIS.”

Laura Lieberman, MD