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  • What is QbTest?
    QbTest is an FDA-cleared test measuring all 3 core symptom domains; hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. QbTest is used when evaluating ADHD symptoms and measuring response to ADHD treatment. QbTest involves a 15 or 20-minute computer-based task that measures your (or your child’s) ability to maintain attention and impulse control. Meanwhile, an infrared camera tracks movements, and therefore activity, during the test. The results are based on a comparison of your (or your child’s) performance with data from other people of the same sex and age who do not have ADHD.
  • Do I need a referral?
    No referral is required.
  • When will I receive my results?
    The raw data is available immediately after the test is completed. However, your clinician must first interpret the data together with other relevant information.
  • How should I prepare for a QbTest?
    • Try to ensure adequate sleep the night before the test. • Avoid consuming excessive amounts of caffeine the day of the test. • If you are to be tested while on ADHD medication, please ensure that you take the medication as directed. Our office will schedule the test a specific number of hours after the medication is taken, depending on the type of medication. • For a child, explain that they will be taking a test on a computer which is designed to be boring. Inform the child that they will wear a headband during the test, but that it does not hurt. They will be seated in a room by themselves, but a family member can stand outside if helpful.
  • How often will I take a QbTest?
  • Do you treat patients outside of Wisconsin?
    No - we only treat patients in Wisconsin as we are not licensed outside of Wisconsin at this time
  • Do you do telehealth visits?
    Not for initial visits; ongoing care may be via telehealth
  • Do I need a referral?
    No referral is required.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Not at this time as most insurance companies and Badger Care do not cover this.
  • What is the cost?
    Cost will depend on if you need initial testing and diagnosis or just ongoing medication management Call office for more information @ 262-361-4005 or email us at
  • Do you have payment plans?
    Payment is due in full at time of service; credit cards, debit cards, HSA cards, cash are all acceptable We do not take personal checks
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