Subtotal ( ): $

Item

Price

Quantity


-

   

Proceed to Checkout
Online Assessments

Overview



Administer, score, and report through a secure, easy to use website.

The MHS Online Assessment Center provides busy professionals the ability to administer, score and generate reports on a wide range of MHS assessments, with just a click of a button. All you need to get started is access to a computer, tablet, or smartphone with the internet. Generate full reports without delay through automated scoring with no data entry or software uploads. This means more time with your clients and less time waiting for information to be entered.



Save Time

Fast, easy, and accurate administration with automated scoring

Assess from Anywhere

View reports with an online connection.

Improve Efficiency and Accuracy

When items are absent prompts appear to ensure information is not missed.

User-Friendly

Easy to use interface for practitioners and respondents.

Gain Information Easily

Email a link to the form directly to the respondent.

Tailored Organization

Data can be customized to how you work.



Testimonials

"The moment I was introduced to online assessment instruments I knew my days of ordering paper products were limited!"
-Melissa Hurd, Newport Mesa Unified School District, Orange County, CA


"I can't think of anything to improve - it's great the way it is! We love the familiarity and ease in adding new scales, as the platform is similar across the different rating scales. I believe the online service is a great value!"
-Marc Gianenoto, School Psychologist, North Forest Pines Elementary, Raleigh, NC


"It is very easy to use, always accessible and is easy to order more protocols when necessary. No waiting or postage/shipping involved. It can be used at any location as long as you can connect to the internet."
-Dr. Jill McGovern, School Psychologist, Beaverton School District, Portland, OR



Assessments Available

Autism Spectrum Rating Scales® (ASRS®)

Effectively identifies symptoms, behaviors, and associated features of Autism Spectrum Disorders in youth aged 2 to 18 years.

Read More

Comprehensive Executive Function Inventory™ (CEFI®)

A comprehensive evaluation of executive function strengths and weaknesses in youth aged 5 to 18 years.

Read More

Comprehensive Executive Function Inventory Adult™ (CEFI Adult™)

A comprehensive measure of executive functioning skills in adults

Read More

Children's Depression Inventory, 2nd Ed® (CDI 2®)

Assessment of depressive symptoms in youth aged 7 to 17 years.

Read More

Conners 3rd Edition® (Conners 3®)

Assessment of ADHD & Comorbid Disorders in youth aged 6 to 18 years.

Read More

Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales® (Conners CBRS®)

Assessment of behaviors, emotions, academic, & social problems in youth aged 6 to 18 years.

Read More

Conners Early Childhood ™ (Conners EC™)

Assessment of behavior for preschool children aged 2 to 6 years.

Read More

Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children, 2nd Edition™ (MASC 2™)

Assesses the presence of symptoms related to anxiety disorders in youth aged 8 to 19 years.

Read More

Rating Scale of Impairment™ (RSI™)

A behavior rating scale that measures functional impairment across six life areas in youth.

Read More

Anger Regulation and Expression Scale™ (ARES™)

Assessment of the expression & regulation of anger in youth aged 10 to 17 years.

Read More

Profile of Mood States, 2nd Ed® (POMS 2®)

Assessment of transient, fluctuating feelings, & enduring affect states in individuals aged 13 to 50+.

Read More

Jesness Inventory-Revised™ (JI-R™)

Measure of personality and psychopathology in individuals aged 8+.

Read More

Emotional Quotient Inventory: Youth Version™ (EQ-i:YV™)

Measures the level of emotional and social functioning in youth aged 7 to 18 years.

Read More

Children’s Organization Skills Scale™ (COSS™)

Assess how children aged 8 to 13 years organize their time, materials, & actions to accomplish tasks.

Read More

Paulhus Deception Scales™ (PDS™)

Effectively identifies individuals who, when responding to assessments, distort their responses in males aged 16+.

Read More

Family Assessment Measure - III™ (FAM-III™)

Provides a multi-rater and multigenerational (within the family) assessment of family functioning in youth aged 10+.

Read More



Assess online from anywhere.



Multiple locations, multiple devices.

All you need is access to a computer, tablet, or smartphone with access to the internet. These flexible options make sure the MHS Assessment Center is where ever you need to be.


Improve efficiency and accuracy.

Built-in verification tool triggers prompts when items are absent to ensure information is not missed. This allows you to feel confident that you are providing complete results.


Three options for administration.


Option 1: In person while online.
1.Practitioner or individual can complete the online form during an in person session from anywhere with an internet connection.

Option 2: Send a link via email.
1.Email a link to the parent, caregiver, or teacher which brings them directly to the assessment form.
2.The parent, caregiver, or teacher will then fill out the form and submit online.
3.Once the form is received a score is returned and reports can be generated.

Option 3: Print the form for paper & pencil.
1.The practitioner prints the assessment form for the youth or individual to bring to home, school, or office.
2.The parent, caregiver, teacher, or youth will then fill out the form and return to the practitioner.
3.The practitioner enters the information to return a score and generate reports.


Automated scoring within seconds.


Save time.

Get fast, easy, and accurate assessment results. After administration, review responses or view reports. Print reports, or download them to your desktop for easy editing.


No data entry required.

The MHS Online Assessment Center generates full, easy to follow reports without delay through automated scoring. This means more time with your clients and less time waiting for information to be entered.


No USB, CD, or Software required.

With the MHS Online Assessment Center, you don't need a USB, CD, or Software installation. All you need to get started is access to a computer, tablet, or smart phone with the internet. The system works with a variety of devices and browsers.





Generate up to three easy to use reports.



Assessment/Interpretive
Provide numerical and graphical information about a single administration including the individual’s scores, how the scores compare to others, and which scales are elevated.

Progress
Provide numerical and graphical information about a single administration including the individual’s scores, how the scores compare to others, and which scales are elevated.

ComparativeCombine the results of up to five raters to provide an overview of symptom status from a multi-rater perspective, and highlights potentially important inter-rater differences in scores.


Worry-free Reporting


The security of your data is important to us. The MHS Online Assessment Center meets and exceeds USA HIPPA and FERPA, as well as the Canadian PIPEDA standards for privacy and security of individual client information.

MHS’ network complies with privacy laws and requirements to maintain security, confidentiality, and protection of third party personal information. In addition, MHS meets all standards for risk evaluation and mitigation, employee background checks, physical security of the data center, encryption protocol, and disaster recovery. Firewall and Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems are also in place. Further information about MHS network security can be provided upon request.



Categorize your data for custom organization.



Customize your folders to how you work.

Assemble and label groups of clients into folders. Create folders into categories like client information, location, age, clinic, hospital, school, grade, districts, or based on whatever criteria meets your needs. You set the folder label name and add the corresponding reports, then the folder gets saved right to your dashboard.


User-friendly navigation.

It’s easy to find and add a folder to your dashboard. The interface is easy to use for both practitioners and administrators.


Access to results right at your fingertips.

Past completed assessments and reports are all available for you to review and refer to. This allows you to help prioritize your work and organize your tasks.



Tips to Get Started Using the MHS Online Assessment Center.



  1. Access: Access the MHS Online Assessment center via www.mhsassessments.com/mac. Add a shortcut on your desktop for easy access.

  2. Folders: Current user feedback suggests that setting up folders by student name or ID, as opposed to school or class, has been the best way to keep the assessment data organized.

  3. MHS Assessment Center Tutorial Guide: Take advantage of the Online Help tutorial guide in addition to this 12 minute step by step tutorial www.mhsassessments.com/mactutorial. If you still have questions after reading and working through the guide, feel free to contact MHS Customer Service at 1.800.456.3003 by phone between 8:00am and 6:00pm EST.

  4. Technical Problems: For technical problems, contact Technical Support through the MHS menu option in the top left hand corner of your main MHS Online Assessment Center page. This page is the first page you see once you log in.

  5. Strong Password: It is highly recommended that a strong password be used. MHS requires that your new password must be at least 6 characters long.

  6. Email Alerts: When creating folders, be sure to select Email Alerts if you would like to receive email notifications every time an online assessment has been completed.

  7. Coded Forms and Coded Links: Each individual printed paper form and online administration link is coded and can only be used once by one respondent. Make a note of the form number on the folder/file of the person you are assessing for tracking purposes.

  8. Printing Forms: You may print more than one form at one time by putting a check mark next to each form you would like to print. Each form will have its own unique form number.

  9. Response Entry for Paper Administration: When entering responses, you may use the alternative keying option QWER for the ratings 0123. After entering responses, it may take 5 to 60 seconds for the responses to register in the system. So, if you go to generate the report instantly, you may receive an error message. Please retry after a minute. If the servers are ever delayed 5 minutes or more, the MHS Online Assessment Center programmers are notified immediately.

  10. Entry Validation: Under General Settings, it is recommended that you select Entry Validation so that you enter the responses from each paper assessment twice. This feature helps protect against data entry errors by comparing the two sets of responses against each other and prompting you to make corrections if there are any discrepancies. Note: Avoid hand keying in responses by having the rater complete the rating scale directly on your computer or by sending an email link to the rater.

  11. Copying and Pasting from Generated Report: You are able to save the generated report as a PDF and then copy and paste from a generated report.

  12. Refreshing: When a form is in the process of being created or a report is being generated, click on the "Refresh" button to speed up the process


Easy to understand pricing, which saves you money.


Only buy once.

With the MHS Online Assessment Center, you pay one price for administration, scoring and reporting. This means that you aren’t charged multiple times, saving you money.

Unlimited reporting.

You can generate as many reports as needed at no additional cost.