M3 Checklist - Transforming primary care through multidimensional mental health monitoring

Mental Health in America

Source: NAMI, APA, CMS, Project Red




The M3 Checklist is a 27-question assessment, easily completed in just three to five minutes, which screens for the symptoms of four common mental health conditions: anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

M3 Checklist Features

Multidimensional Screening

Multidimensional Screening

Patient Centered

Patient Centered

Easy to Implement

Easy to Implement

Collaborative Care

Collaborative Care

Longitudinal Tracking

Longitudinal Tracking

Measurement Based Care

Measurement Based Care

Population Health

Population Health

Reimbursable

Reimbursable

Improve Results, Increase Engagement & Integrate Care

The M3 algorithm researched at The University of North Carolina computes risk for each person and assigns a numeric value showing overall severity. Use of the M3 Checklist provides an easy to read clinician and patient friendly report and allows for longitudinal tracking of results. M3 allows for care management, population health, and measurement-based care.

M3 Value Proposition

Multidimensional Testing Reduces Missed Diagnoses
Triple Aim
PCMH - NCQA Certified Content Expert

M3 Clinician is Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) prevalidated by NCQA to receive autocredit toward NCQA's PCMH 2014 scoring. This autocredit is transferrable to M3 Clinician's PCMH client practices seeking NCQA's PCMH 2014 Recognition. M3 Clinician's PCMH eligible client practices must be actively utilizing the reviewed capabilities associated with M3 Clinician's PCMH prevalidated product in order to be eligible for transfer of awarded autocredit.