What they are, what's available, and how they work...

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Written by Brian Haltom
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Hey, everyone!

This article will cover Assessments, what they are, which ones are available by default, how to access the complete list, and what to do if you want a custom assessment curated to your practice.

If you have questions at any point, please contact our support team by email or using the little blue circle with the white smiling message icon in the lower right corner of the app.

This article was updated on March 13, 2024. If you see any discrepancies or anything that needs to be updated or edited, or if you want to leave us feedback, let us know.


What are they?

Assessments are forms that you can assign to your clients/patients. Unlike the dashboard tiles, most commonly recognized inside of Heads Up, assessments allow for long-form content that may not be suitable or applicable to the dashboard experience.

How to use them?

Free Assessments

By default, your organization will have access to a couple free assessments on the Heads Up free plan:

  • Daily Wellness

  • Medical History

Paid Assessments

Currently, on any of the Heads Up premium plans, your organization will have access to the following:

  • Adverse Childhood Experiences Questionnaire (ACE's)

  • DASS21 - Questionnaire

  • Fatigue Assessment Scale

  • Perceived Stress Score

  • POMS Survey (Abbreviated)

  • Promis-29 Profile v2.1

  • Sleep Quality Index

For access to the complete list, please reach out to Heads Up support or contact your account manager directly.

Custom Assessments

The Heads Up team can build any assessment you'd like. If you don't see what you are looking for, please reach out to your account manager with the assessment you'd like created, and they can assist you further.

Need Help?

If you have questions, please reach out to us at or use the little blue circle with the white smiling message icon in the lower right corner of the app, and we will be more than happy to help.

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