What is Censeo?

Built by a multidisciplinary consultant-level clinical team alongside patients/service users and technology experts, Censeo is a web-based medical device that triages and assesses a wide range of mental health.

It asks a range of questions which are personalised by algorithms
so that the user only has to answer questions that are relevant. 

The questions are based on:

  • ICD-11 and DSM-5 diagnostic criteria
  • National Institute for Clinical Excellence guidance
  • The UK Mental Health Triage Scale
  • Psychological and social factors which impact on mental health
  • Continuous feedback from users and clinicians
The answers to create a mental health assessment report. 

Censeo is compliant with all necessary Information Governance, Cyber Security, Medical Device licensing and Clinical Safety regulations. 


How does Censeo work?

What we assess for?

Censeo collects and analyses symptomatic information related to mental health including:

  • Mood disorders 
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Trauma
  • Emotional instability
  • Adjustment disorder
  • Substance & alcohol misuse 
  • Disordered eating

It also gathers details on wider determinants impacting on health such as employment housing and relationships.

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Censeo automatically generates a mental health report

Once the assessment is completed by the patient/service user, Censeo immediately produces a unique informational report.

The report includes:

  • A summary of possible conditions and the likelihood of their presence 
  • information on current risks flagged by algorithms
  • relevant factors impacting mental health status
  • an overview of reported symptoms and severity markers 

This is then used by clinicians to support more accurate and consistent decisions, and reduces the time on assessment.

Who can access Censeo?

Anyone aged between 18 and 65 can use Censeo, as long as there a contract between Psyomics and a customer responsible for their care. A referral is made by one of the following:

  • An NHS care professional
  • A private health care provider or practitioner
  • An  health insurance company
  • An employer or occupational health provider