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Brief Battery for Health Improvement (BBHI 2) - Sample Reports

Standard Report and Extended Reports

These reports present concise narrative statements about the patient's responses, including a profile graph and Clinical Summary. There reports also feature Treatment Recommendations and a Patient Summary.

The Critical Items section highlights red flag indicators of clinical concerns:

  • Suicide Ideation
  • Pain Fixation
  • Chemical Dependency
  • Sleep Disorder
  • Perceived Disability
  • Compensation Focus
  • Home Life Problems
  • Satisfaction with Care
  • Doctor Dissatisfaction
  • Psychosis
  • Vegetative Depression
  • Anxiety/Panic
  • PTSD/Dissociation
  • Death Anxiety
  • Random Responding

The Pain Complaint Item Responses capture your patient's 0–10 pain ratings, similar to a VAS scale and also compares the patient's reports to one of several possible reference groups.

 

The Extended Report includes amore in-depth Clinical Summary section, as well as Diagnostic Probabilities.

The Progress Report enables the clinician to monitor the patient's progress over time through repeat administrations.

View a sample Standard Report (PDF)

View a sample annotated Standard Report (PDF)

View a sample Progress Report (PDF)

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Key Information

Description

Assessment of pain and functional levels and other psychological factors commonly associated with pain and rehabilitation patients

Author(s)

Daniel Bruns

John Mark Disorbio

Publication Year

2003

Age Range

18 years to 65 years old

Administration

Individual - 7 to 10 minutes

Qualification Code

CL2


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