Frequently Asked Questions

What is a complete psychiatric evaluation?

A full psychiatric evaluation is a psychiatrist’s way to learn more about the patient’s mental health and establish a diagnosis. It covers information such as the patient’s medical condition, current symptoms, past experiences, behavior, etc.

What questions should I include in a psychiatric evaluation form?

Some of the most common questions found in a psychiatric evaluation form refer to the patient’s details (marital status, family, contact details, caregiver, etc.), family mental health history, daily behavior and lifestyle, social life, treatments, etc.

Customize template

Improve the patient intake process with this psychiatric evaluation form template. Regardless of technical ability, just about anyone can tailor this form to the requirements of your clinic. Simply drag and drop to add and remove questions, which can be Likert scales, text fields, checkboxes and many other data types. In addition, notifications are configurable, so you can alert other individuals when the evaluation is complete.

Publish template

Share this psychiatric evaluation form with your colleagues in any way you see fit. If you have an internal website, you can embed the form into a page. Otherwise, the form has its own URL which you can send by email. If your colleagues are recording assessments over mobile devices, they’ll have no trouble thanks to a mobile responsive design that automatically optimizes the layout for small displays.

Collect & manage data

In addition to real-time email alerts, psychiatric evaluation form submissions are stored securely in a database attached to your 123FormBuilder account. Log in to your account to access the entries and export to Excel, CSV or PDF, then import to patient records. Don’t forget to contact us to make sure your form remains HIPAA compliant.

Optimize processes

Better patient care starts with clear documentation. With this online psychiatric evaluation form, you can directly import results to your systems rather than key it in from a paper form. Furthermore, using a form helps structure clinical notes so that physicians can more easily parse each other’s observations. As a result, it becomes much easier for each physician to get up to speed whenever they see a patient who was initially evaluated by another physician.

Read 123 Form Builder reviews on G2