Automating Addiction Assessment to Guide Tele-Health
Long-term chronic illness management
Program effectiveness measurement
Central database for ongoing research
Free 60-day pilot!
Committed to helping healthcare providers better serve those suffering with addictions
The most comprehensive addiction diagnostics available today
Compris (French, Com·pree, “understood”) is the only substance use assessment available today that offers comprehensive addiction diagnostics and risk stratification consistent with a chronic illness treatment paradigm. Its carefully designed algorithms translate evidence-based lifetime risk and resilience factors, DSM-5 illness diagnostics, motivation, denial, and self-reported readiness, into the first complete prevention, treatment, and long-term addiction management guide.
Designed for immediate access and optimal use by anyone treating or referring those at risk, Compris’s accessible, 10-20-minute online self-report delivers the Compris Profile© to providers within minutes of completion. Compris’s level of care placement and treatment guidance include greater specificity at the confluence of illness prevention, acuity, severity, lifetime risk, and resilience. Recommendations target both emergent and ongoing concerns of addiction specialists, ER and primary care providers, criminal justice and the military.
We are aware of no other addiction assessment or screen offering such enhanced prevention and remission-sustaining guidance.
Compris is critical to helping mitigate the epidemic of addiction.
Fast: 15-minutes average completion and results available to provider in minutes.
Comprehensive: includes an acute and long term prevention and treatment plan.
Accessible: available online 24/7 anywhere with any computer or mobile device, reaching across cultural, geographic, and economic barriers, including those homeless.
Proactive: reduces illness expression by informing those with increased lifetime risk.
Captures evidence-based risk factors: Brings more primary care providers into the fight by giving them an assessment and treatment plan based on the most current research
Confidential: no personal health information (PHI) obtained.