One Number for Mental Health
Can a 3-minute test give you clues about your mental health?

Dr. Steven Daviss, Chairman of Psychiatry at Baltimore Washington Medical Center and Chief Medical Information Officer for M3 Information LLC, unravels the answer in this interview with FOX 45 Morning News’s Patrice Sanders. Dr. Daviss explains the WhatsMyM3 screen and how it can benefit both patients and clinicians. He compares the 3-minute screening to a “brain lab test” that gives people a number — something quantifiable for them to look at over time to track their mental health. Dr. Daviss also describes how the WhatsMyM3 mental health screen may decrease overall healthcare costs, making more and more consumers aware of their mental health for free.

Take the test online at WhatsMyM3.com or download the app on Google Play or iTunes. Any physicians interested in offering a mental health screen for their patients can learn more at www.m3clinician.com

To watch Dr. Daviss’ interview on FOX 45 News, click here.

WhatsMyM3’s Dr. Hurowitz on HealthIQ radio

Did you miss Dr. Gerald Hurowitz’s interview for HealthIQ on WSRQ 106.9 FM?  Don’t worry if you did, because you can still hear Dr. Hurowitz, Chief Medical Officer of WhatsMyM3.com as he tackles a wide range of subjects - from multiple personality disorder to the importance of every single person getting screened for mental health issues to the popular TV series, Homeland.   In this recorded interview, Dr. Hurowitz describes the need for mental health awareness and he explains the many benefits of the WhatsMyM3 mental health screen and how the test can help your doctor develop a personalized treatment for your mental wellness.


WhatsMyM3 screens for depression, PTSD, anxiety, and bipolar disorders, which often overlap and can be difficult to diagnose separately.   Consumers can take the test for free online at WhatsMyM3.com or download the app on Google Play or iTunes.

Mental Illness? There’s an App for That

Dr. Steven Daviss, the Chairman of Psychiatry at Baltimore Washington Medical Center and Chief Medical Information Office for M3 Information LLC discussed the WhatsMyM3 mental health screen on ABC 2 News. When asked about the simplicity of the screen, Dr. Daviss responded “Anyone can access this and do a screen of their symptoms and see what their relative risk is.” The real benefit of the WhatsMyM3 screen is its mental health number monitoring system. “So if you take this test every week or two you can track how you’re doing and more importantly primary care doctors can track their whole population of patients if their patients choose to do this it can track their symptoms over time” says Dr. Daviss. “This allows you to actually be able to see how your symptoms change over time and maybe even how it associates with your medication or problems in your life.”

If you would like to take the WhatsMyM3 screen yourself, click this link: WhatsMyM3.com.  Any physicians interested in offering a mental health screen for their patients can learn more information at M3Clinician.com.


To read more and watch Dr. Daviss’ interview on ABC 2 News, click here.

Dr. Gerald Hurowitz Featured on Its Your Health Network Radio

Did you miss Dr. Gerald Hurowitz’s interview for Its Your Health Network with Lisa Davis on KMBH Public Radio 88 FM?  Don’t worry if you did, because you can still hear Dr. Hurowitz, Chief Medical Officer of WhatsMyM3.com as he tackles a wide range of subjects - from multiple personality disorder to the importance of every single person to get screened for mental health to the popular TV series, Homeland.   In this recorded interview, Dr. Hurowitz describes the need for mental health awareness and he explains the many benefits of the WhatsMyM3 mental health screen and how the test can help your doctor develop a personalized treatment for your mental wellness. You can hear Dr. Hurowitz here.


WhatsMyM3 screens for depression, PTSD, anxiety, and bipolar disorders, which often overlap and can be difficult to diagnose separately.   Consumers can take the test for free online at WhatsMyM3.com or download the app on Google Play or iTunes.


#WhatsYourNumber lands on NPR

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During their evening MarketPlace program, NPR urged listeners to take M3’s mental health screen. Mental illness that is untreated can cost the US up to $105 billion in lost productivity each year according to Mental Health America. Getting screened is simpler than ever. M3 in partnership with Mental Health America is offering a free screen on their site to detect signs of depression, bipolar, anxiety and PTSD.  You can do it right from your computer in just three minutes. After you fill out the 27-question checklist, you can easily email the results of the screen to your physician as a first step toward a real diagnosis.   The green image below that reminds people to take the screen has become viral on social media sites.

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The screen is available here and as an app on mobile devices for Android and iPhone can be downloaded for free download during the month of May, which is Mental Health Month. A clinician version is also available that doctors can use to monitor patients progress during treatment.

You read the full article visit NPR and join the #WhatsYourNumber campaign to support Mental Health Month.

Free Mental Health Screening App For May-Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month and WhatsMyM3 is commemorating it by offering their mobile mental health screening app at no charge for the entire month!  The app allows you to take the only screen that looks for the four most prevalent mental health issues: anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder. It also lets you save your results so you can monitor your progress over time.  WhatsMyM3 is the the leading international app for mental health and it is available in 12 languages.

“You know your other important health numbers – your cholesterol levels, your heart rate and blood pressure. Now for the first time, we finally have a number that gauges mental health. By knowing your M3 score and then getting the right treatment, you should have more success managing all your numbers, because mental health affects everything,” said Larry Culpepper, M.D., Family Medicine, Boston University.

For a limited time only, WhatsMyM3’s free mental health screening application is available through iTunes and GooglePlay.

You can also take the screen for free online at WhatsMyM3.com.

To end stigma about mental health and to raise awareness about the need for everyone to be screened please share the image below on your social media platforms.  Everyone has a number.  #WhatsYourNumber.  It only takes three minutes to find out.

 

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Everyone has a number.  #WhatsYourNumber?  If you don’t know, you could be at risk for serious chronic illnesses and not even know it.  In fact, you could lose 10-25 years off your life.  (Do we have your attention now?)   

We’re talking about your Mental Health Number.

An undiagnosed or untreated mental health problem (even a minor one) can greatly affect your physical health.   That’s why we’re encouraging you to screen your mental health annually - and even more frequently if needed. 

May is Mental Health Month, and Mental Health America has partnered with M3 Information, LLC, to encourage everyone to take this screen to improve their wellbeing. M3’s world-renowned psychiatrists developed the only tool that screens for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.  There’s no cost to take the screen and it only takes a few minutes.  Those few minutes could add years to your life.

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This lime green image tagged with the Twitter hashtag, #WhatsYourNumber, reminds us that every single person has a Mental Health Number.  It’s as important to know as your blood pressure and cholesterol numbers.  So what are you waiting for?  It only takes 3 minutes to get screened.

Please share this image through your social media networks during the month of May for Mental Health month to help raise awareness and to end the stigma. Mental health is not a weakness it is a health issue. 

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Live from HIMSS13!  Michael Byer, President of M3 Information, LLC discusses how M3 Clinician is useful for both people at home and clinicians for reviewing and monitoring mental health status.   WhatsMyM3  is a breakthrough, multi-diagnostic mental health screen designed to detect early signs of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

WhatsMyM3 Featured on WTOP News and in the Examiner

Do you have a case of the “holiday blues,” or do you think that somebody close to you might have a serious mental health issue?   Dr. Gerald Hurowitz, chief medical officer for M3 Information, was interviewed by the Examiner and WTOP News about how to keep “mentally healthy” during the holidays. 

Dr. Hurowitz also talked about the importance of taking the “What’s My M3” mental health screen for depression, anxiety, PTSD and bipolar disorder if you feel you can’t shake the holiday blues.  The quick online screening test will help you determine if it might be something that you should talk to your doctor about.  You can take the mental health screen by going to www.whatsmym3.com.   You can read the article in the Examiner or the online story on WTOP.

Cyber Monday: Free Mental Health Screen

Did you get some great deals on Black Friday?   You might have also walked away from the stores with something for FREE — plenty of STRESS.   Is your stress and anxiety normal during this holiday season or is it something more serious?  Find out.    ”Like” WhatsMyM3’s Facebook page and take the medically proven mental health screen for depression, anxiety, PTSD and bipolar disorder for free.  This screen was developed by some of the most prestigious psychiatric experts in the United States.   The 27-question screening tool is available for free at facebook.com/whatsmym3 and the app is .99 cents at iTunes and Google Play.

WhatsMyM3 is the only mental health screen that gives people a mental health number so they can monitor their mental health as they do their physical health with cholesterol and blood pressure numbers.

There is no health without mental health.  Taking care of your health this holiday season may be the best gift of all.