Become a patient in your new provider’s practice
more efficiently and get useful insights into your problems
Indigo collects all relevant demographic and insurance information for your provider, before you meet them for the first time. Complete your provider’s practice forms online ahead of time and electronically sign documents as requested.
Indigo provides your clinician with a wealth of useful clinical information before they meet you, by screening you for many of the most common mental disorders including Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Spectrum Mood Disorders, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Alcohol Use Disorder, Personality Disorders and Eating Disorders.
Indigo also evaluates you for your level of psychological distress and disability from your symptoms and delivers, through our provider portal, a detailed report of your presenting complaints, screening instrument/rating scale data and potential diagnoses.
Armed with this information, clinicians who make use of the Indigo Health platform will have knowledge of potential comorbid (co-occurring) conditions much earlier in the course of treatment. Clinicians who do not screen comprehensively as part of their diagnostic process risk missing potentially treatable conditions earlier in the course of treatment.
Rest assured that your mental health provider will be employing best practices by engaging in measurement-based care, which is the use of validated clinical rating scales to track treatment outcomes to modify treatment recommendations accordingly.
Using the Indigo Health platform, your clinician can assign various patient-related outcome measures to track your progress in treatment. You complete these digitally at regular intervals using our platform.
When you do so, you give your provider the ability to see, visually, how you are progressing in treatment. Here is an example of how measurement-base care using Indigo Health could potentially help a practicing mental clinician.
Before every appointment, your clinician can track your progress by viewing a graph of your rating scale/treatment outcome data:
This provides your clinician a quick visual tool that can help them know whether treatments being prescribed are effective or not and whether treatment modifications need to be made.