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Neurocognitive Testing


CNS Vital Signs in-office neurocognitive testing procedure is a non-invasive clinical procedure to efficiently and objectively assess a broad spectrum of brain function performance or domains under challenge (cognition stress test) and 50+ computerized clinical and quality rating instruments e.g., PQRS to enable the measuring of important clinical symptoms, behaviors, and comorbidities to

  • Detect and track even slight (millisecond precision) cognitive impairments that can assist clinicians in the evaluation and management of neurodegenerative, neuropsychiatric, neurotraumatic, and neurodevelopmental disorders providing immediate clinical insight into a patient’s current status and level of impairment
  • Give patients, family members, and caregivers knowledge of cognitive domains that underpin the ability to conduct activities of daily living
  • Establish a neurocognitive baseline in each patient to use in later treatment decisions
  • Longitudinally track clinical endpoints to aid in the monitoring and management of many clinical conditions and treatments e.g., measure the response to treatment like AD/HD medication, rehabilitation efforts, cognitive behavioral therapy – CBT, etc. and used to measure clinical outcomes
  • Help identify domains needing additional or full neuropsychological evaluations

CNS Vital Signs has taken a LIFESPAN approach by collecting a large neurocognitive normative reference group from ages 8 to 89. The normative comparison helps clinicians grade the level of neurocognitive impairment that can help rule in or rule out certain clinical conditions and/or determine the level of impairment. (Source)