Updated: Sep 16, 2018
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Sept. 6, 2018 -- ADHD Diagnosis Online is revolutionizing the field of ADHD.
Undiagnosed ADHD can result in poor academic performance, struggles in the workplace and difficulties socializing in multiple settings. Historically, seeking a diagnosis meant waiting up to 6 months for an appointment and out-of-pocket costs of up to $2,000 in some cases. Patients and families have been cautious to seek an evaluation for fear of being labeled and were hesitant to have their diagnosis disclosed to their insurance carriers.
Dr. Randall Duthler has years of experience in the management of ADHD and weighs in as well. "Patients who are struggling with ADHD often suffer from anxiety and depression as they feel their lives spiraling out of control." He also states that "The impact of poor academic performance in children can be far-reaching and impact student's options when applying for college or employment. Additionally, I see many teens and young adults experimenting with illicit drugs or buying ADHD medication (Ritalin, Adderal, and Vyvanse) on the street at a dose unsafe for them in an attempt to self-medicate."
Experts in the field of ADHD carefully examined each of the barriers preventing patients from receiving an evaluation and turned to technology to solve the problem. Using e-visit technology, which has been adopted by health systems across the country, a proprietary online assessment was created. A year in the making, licensed psychologists across the country have been overwhelming supportive are joining the ranks of ADHD Diagnosis Online.
"We are the first and only online ADHD Diagnosis company in America," commented Zachariah Booker, ADHD Philanthropist, and owner of ADHD Diagnosis Online. "We appreciate that people have busy lives and our safe, professional, formal online assessments can be completed day or night, seven days per week, whenever works best for our patients and parents."
At ADHDDiagnosis.com, their team of Ph.D. psychologists stretch from one end of the country to the other and offer formal diagnoses, the first of its kind available online, not just a screening questionnaire. The cost of the formal diagnosis is only $199.
Primary care physicians, social workers, and teachers are excited by this new technology and the impact it is certain to have on those patients who have fallen through the cracks of our traditional and failing system. With ADHD being present in an estimated 5% of children and 2.5% of adults, ADHD Diagnosis Online is guaranteed to be revolutionary.