Filtering the Statistics Dashboard

You can narrow the information presented on the Statistics Dashboard using the filters at the top of the page. You can filter and narrow the outcome data in a number of different ways, including any combination of:

  1. Assessment
  2. Tags
  3. Treatment Start
  4. Patients
  5. Correlation


You can narrow the presented data by assessment type, viewing a separate trend line for each assessment type.

  • In the example below, the PHQ-9 and GAD-7 have been selected from the drop down menu on the filter bar. The Symptom Improvement graph then shows separate trend lines for each assessment, allowing you to compare outcomes by assessment type.


Selecting a tag will only display the results for patients who have that tag assigned to them. 

  • In the example below, the tag Location:Toronto has been selected, which returns outcome data only for those patients who have the Location: Toronto tag.
  • If you select more than one tag, only outcome data for patients with both tags assigned will be displayed.

Treatment Start

Selecting the Treatment Start filter will show only patients that started their treatment between the dates you select. More specifically, this means the patient's first assessment was assigned between these two dates.

  • In the example below, the range selected is August 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019.
  • This returns only returns outcome data for those patients who started treatment during that time period.


By searching for and selecting a specific patient, the Symptom Improvement graph will only show outcome data for that specific patient.

  • While each individual patient's Results display shows their detailed assessment results, this view allows you to see an aggregate picture of a patient's progress with all assessment results combined into a single view.
  • You can also select more than one patient in the filter, which would return the outcome date for all patients selected.


The Correlation filter allows you to turn on/off the Functioning and Therapeutic Alliance correlation lines.

  • The Functioning and Therapeutic Alliance correlation lines show how symptom improvement is correlated with improved functioning and therapeutic alliance scores.
  • By default, these two lines only show the results of patients that are included within the selected data set.
  • In the example below, the Assessment filter is used to only select patients completing the PHQ-9. 
    • As a result, the Functioning and Therapeutic Alliance lines only reflect the scores of patients who have completed the completing the PHQ-9. 
    • This allows you to see the correlation between PHQ-9 improvement and those patients' functioning and therapeutic alliance.

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