The effects of waiting for mental health treatment can be damaging. One in four people experience a mental health problem every year and there are currently over 1.6 million people waiting for support. Almost 40% of these said that waiting for treatment led to a further decline in their mental health.
Developed in collaboration with clinicians and service users, Censeo has been designed to bring together the needs of patients and practitioners to make a positive impact across a range of settings. Identifying an individual’s needs at the beginning of their journey increases the chance of achieving good outcomes.
Censeo is a comprehensive digital mental health assessment platform. Users are guided through an online series of adaptive questions, to build a detailed picture of their mental health symptoms and concerns. Algorithms are used to generate a clinical assessment report, to support healthcare professionals with treatment and pathway planning.
Censeo has been developed to help a range of different healthcare services to assess and triage the mental health concerns and needs of their service users, at any level. The assessment is designed to be used for people between the ages of 18 and 65.
Improve mental health assessment efficiency by gathering a more in-depth picture of every person’s needs in a digital format, at the first point of contact. Save clinicians’ time and get more patients into treatment faster.
Increase flexibility of access routes for patients, encourage more ownership over support options and increase engagement for those on waiting lists, feeding into better outcomes.
We support NHS Trusts, Single Point of Access teams and IAPT services to review referrals more efficiently and enhance their care planning processes. Supporting pathway planning eases staffing pressures and reduces the time and costs associated with assessment and triaging.
Censeo Direct is our offering for individuals that want to build a better understand of their own mental health needs. With their Censeo report, individuals can learn more about their symptoms, figure out the best place to start with accessing help and start conversations around their needs.