Scores. Numbers. And easy-to-use.

Designed for primary and specialty care doctors, M3 Checklist fits seamlessly into
existing patient EHRs and provides easy to understand results.

“See symptoms like a psychiatrist does”

Gerald Hurowitz, MD explains how a psychiatrist’s approach translates into
an efficient, time saving and comprehensive tool for primary care.

Easy as ordering a lab test

Typical mental health assessments are hugely
fragmented and difficult to include in the clinical

Enabled by a partnership with LabCorp, clinicians
can order the M3 Checklist in a secure, easy to use
workflow, just like any other lab test. An optional
assessment for risk of alcohol misuse, the AUDIT-C, is
also available separately.

The process improves engagement, saves clinic time
and places a priority on patient and clinician


The 3-5 minute assessment

Patients can take a 3-5 minute assessment during
their appointments or from any mobile device. With
this convenient method, more patients can receive
personalized assessment and treatment.


Receiving results

Easy to read reports allow for longitudinal tracking
of follow-up results within a patient’s EHR.

Physicians receive risk assessment scores, symptom
severity scores and patient responses to guide them
in formulating a diagnosis and treatment plan.


M3 fits right into your current workflow

Start the conversation earlier

Reviewing results within a practice setting, physicians and patients
can have personal, informed conversations using measurement-based

An M3 report provides high level insight about a patient’s risk for mental
health conditions. Reports include patient responses, prompting discussion
about specific, real problems, rather than only giving a diagnostic view.

While other screening tools assess symptoms of a single mental health
condition, a clinician would need to spend much more time using multiple
assessments to reach results equivalent to a single M3 Checklist.

Keep monitoring progress

Physicians can use the M3 Checklist to monitor progress and, if necessary,
discuss alternatives to focus on specific areas. Providing continuous care
helps patients and clinicians work together to achieve better outcomes.