COMPUTER ADHD AND COGNITIVE TESTING
At CNNH, we are interested not only in detailing and understanding a patient’s behavioral patterns, but also exploring for identifiable biological or neurological mechanisms causing ADHD. We also feel that ADHD is too often diagnosed based upon subjective information or biased observers. Thus, we employ a series of objective tests to confirm suspected cases of ADHD, including the following:
Computerized ADHD Test – The Quotient® ADHD System
The Quotient ADHD System is the first and only FDA cleared test that objectively and accurately measures the core symptom domains of ADHD. It is a 15-20 minute, non-invasive office-based test that has a motion tracking system that monitors movement in small and clinically measurable ways. Each patient’s Quotient ADHD System report presents a personalized and objective measure of the 3 core areas: Inattention, Hyperactivity and Impulsivity and quantify those deficits that lead to clinical symptoms and a diagnosis. The Quotient has proven to be 89% accurate in recognizing ADHD and retest reliability is greater than 90%.
NeuroTrax® / Mindstreams® Advanced Cognitive Health Assessments
Mindstreams computerized tests assess performance across an array of cognitive domains including memory, executive function, visual spatial perception, verbal function, attention, information processing speed, and motor skills. The tests provide precise accuracy and reaction time measurements with a wide range of applicability in clinical medicine.
The first and only FDA cleared test that objectively and accurately measures the core symptom domains of ADHD.