Unlike cognitive testing done using paper and pencil tests, Cognivue is based on new science of neurophysiology and psychophysical research that dynamically tests cortical function.
Comparison to Written Tests
Cognitive testing is often done using paper and pencil tests. These assessments are time-consuming, tedious, subject to tester bias and fatigue, and often too costly. Often, they are not administered at all unless specifically requested by a patient. A more recent trend has been digitalization of these paper and pencil tests to make them more accessible.
Cognivue changes all of this with a rapid and objective test that fits into the workflow of any busy doctor’s office. It produces a simple and easy to interpret one-page report with a single risk score. Something every patient can understand. Test results are also stored locally and cloud-based for longitudinal test comparison.
Below is a series of charts that compares Cognivue with traditional paper and pencil tests for cognitive function.
First computerized cognitive function testing solution cleared by FDA is self-administered by a patient in 10 minutes. A large-scale study conducted in 2014 compared Cognivue to standard neuropsychological tests, and led to the FDA clearance of the device.
SLUMS, MMSE, MoCA, 3MS
These cognitive screening tools are administered by a Health Professional (20 minutes). The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA), Saint Louis Mental Status Examination (SLUMS), Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and Modified Mini-Mental State (3MS) are traditional screening tests of cognitive abilities.
General Practitioner assessment of Cognition (CPCOG) is a brief screening test for dementia normally performed in primary care setting. Six minute written test administered and scored by physician.
The Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale - Cognitive sub scale test evaluates cognitive impairment and can be administered by staff or a specialist (40 minutes).
Psychogeriatric Assessment Scales test evaluates cognitive impairment and can be administered by a Clinical Interviewer (40 minutes).