Take a Behavioral Pulse™


Learn more about your first step against serious behavioral health disorders in children and adolescents. 
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B-Vitals™ is a cloud based computerized assessment program accessed over the Internet at home or on tablets in the pediatric office. Prior to seeing the doctor, parents/guardians are asked to complete an initial assessment that compiles the behavioral health history and establishes a baseline for the child's behaviors.

By using B-Vitals™, emotional and behavioral issues are found early. B-Vitals™ identifies problem areas, rates their severity, and provides detailed evidence-based recommendations for treatment. It is quick and easy to use and provides information across 10 domains of children’s behavior.  B-Vitals Follow-Up™ is a companion program that monitors progress in treatment as well as identifies new problem areas.

B-Vitals™ is a disruptive technology that reduces and contains costs, increases the efficiency of the doctor, and, most importantly, improves the quality of a child’s life.

Since the American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends using behavioral health assessment tools for early identification, B-Vitals™ is the answer, as Dr. Terry Lister in Kentucky discovered: "I wanted to end with thanking you all for creating such a valuable and needed behavioral assessment tool for pediatric care.  It has provided such useful information to be able to get my patients the mental health care they need.  I have even hospitalized a teen who was suicidal (through doing a B-vitals assessment).  It is a tool I now know I do not want to be without.  I look forward to continued use of B-vital assessments with my pediatric patients."

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  • 50-70% of patient visits are for behavioral health reasons, not physical illnesses?  
  • 50% of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14? 
  • The second leading cause of death between the ages of 10 and 24 is youth violence
  • 14 to 20% of children are affected by a mental health problem every year.
  • 1 in 5 children has a diagnosable mental health or addictive disorder?