Battery for Health Improvement 2

  • Daniel Bruns, PsyD
  • John Mark Disorbio, EdD
Battery for Health Improvement 2 (BHI™ 2) presents concise, coordinated assessments of the biopsychosocial issues most relevant in evaluating patients with injuries. Guidance on using this test in your telepractice.

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  • BHI2 Q A/S
    46128FM Qualification Level B


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    46120 Qualification Level B

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    46145FM Qualification Level B

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    51626 Qualification Level B

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Publication date:
Age range:
Individuals 18-65
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Completion time:
 Approximately 30 minutes (217 multiple-choice)
Paper-and-pencil, computer administration
Guidance on using this test in your telepractice

Product Details

The BHI 2 test helps caregivers shape an appropriate treatment plan that may reduce treatment time and improve a patient's quality of life.


  • Evaluate a patient's readiness for medical and behavioral interventions.
  • Meet evidence-based medical treatment guidelines outlined for good clinical practice.
  • Measure the relationship and impact of physical, environmental, and psychological factors on the patient's treatment.
  • Support evaluations involving injuries, worker's compensation, and psychological factors.
  • Evaluate treatment effectiveness and monitor clinical outcomes.
  • Facilitate communication within a multidisciplinary treatment team or between physicians and psychologists.


BHI 2 test can be used by psychologists, psychiatrists, anesthesiologists, neurologists, physical therapists, surgeons, rehabilitation specialists, and nurses.

  • Objective results help reduce treatment time, improve treatment planning, and improve the patient's quality of life.
  • Measurement of numerous outcomes, including reduction of pain, improvement in function, and satisfaction with care.
  • 31 items highlight clinical concerns such as Addiction Concerns, Compensation Focus, Sleep Disorders, Satisfaction with Care, Suicidal Ideation, and Violent Tendencies.
  • Content areas within each scale help distinguish specific reasons for problems.
  • BHI 2 instrument compares the patient to individuals with a similar condition for the five reference groups: head injury/headache, neck injury, upper extremity injury, lower extremity injury, back injury.
  • Normed using a sample of 725 community individuals and a sample of 527 physical rehabilitation and chronic pain patients.


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Sample Reports

Medical Intervention Risk Report: provides a half-page graphical profile succinctly summarizes patient scores on 5 Psychosocial Risk Factors and 2 Nonadaptive Coping Styles.

Progress Report: enables the clinician to monitor the patient's progress over time.

Profile Report: provides a patient profile that includes a graphical representation of the patient's raw and T scores in comparison to both the patient and community norms.

Basic Interpretive Report: provides a concise interpretation of test results, including a profile graph and scale summary.

Enhanced Interpretive Report: provides a more extensive interpretation of the patient's test results, including in-depth scale category narratives.



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