What if a 15-minute digital assessment could reduce ER visits and readmissions?
SAY HELLO TO COMPRIS' PRECISION CARE TOOL AND YOUR BEST PRACTICES BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION SOLUTION FOR LIFE-LONG MANAGEMENT
LOWER ER VISITS
STREAMLINE ADDICTION CONSULTS & THROUGHPUTS
AVOID READMISSION PENALTIES
PROMOTE HEALTH ACCESS & EQUITY
SUPPORT & RETAIN HOSPITAL STAFF
Compris is the first tool that predicts addictions risk to help prevent illness onset and relapses.
Compris is a digital addiction assessment that predicts risk, prevents onset, and promotes remissions with quality care tied to outcome measures. It can be easily integrated into your care management team workflow to help connect your patients to appropriate treatment to reduce frequent ER visits and readmissions. It offers ER doctors medication initiation recommendations plus referral guidance for ED care managers and discharge planners. Available in both English and Spanish, Compris reduces intake time and increases staff efficiency. Compris can also help retain employees, improve productivity and employee wellness.
Comorbid Illness Management in the ED and On the Floors
Compris is a digital self-assessment that helps your patients and employees assess their addiction risk and strengths, identify other behavioral health challenges, know if they are ready for treatment, and stay on track once they enter a program. Available in both English and Spanish, Compris is completely confidential.
Assess to manage in three easy steps.
STEP 1: Assign Assessment
Fast (15-30 minutes)
For your patients:
Prior to their first appointment, or while sitting in the waiting room, patients can log in and complete the confidential and comprehensive 15-30 minute addiction risk assessment using the Compris online tool, available in English and Spanish. Since no protected health (PHI) or personally identifying (PII) information is captured, each patient receives a unique CMR code associated with your practice. No training is necessary to administer this assessment or interpret the results. Compris' full report includes clear narrative guidelines. It was created to decrease the usual lengthy documentation time.
For your employees:
At their convenience, employees log in to your Compris company portal and complete the confidential and comprehensive 15-30 minute addiction risk assessment online. Compris offers everyone who completes the assessment a customized wellness guide tailored to their needs and a more comprehensive report to offer clinicians upon their request and consent.
STEP 2: Review & implement
Providers get a personalized care plan that includes:
Level of care
CBT risk-trait and resilience training
Support groups and duration
Patient communication preferences
Compris' carefully designed algorithms translate evidence-based lifetime risk and resilience factors, substance use illness acuity and severity, motivation and denial, into the first automated and complete prevention and long-term addiction management guide.
STEP 3: Bill for Fully Documented Services
Making it easy...
Patient-specific billing codes are embedded in the results for insurance reimbursement.
Add revenue to your practice.
96127 & 96160 (Screens)
What Makes the Compris Diagnostic Tool Different?
First complete measurement-based model of addiction care
First to predict addiction risk to help prevent it.
First to manage addiction care as a chronic illness.
First to offer immediate, personalized lifetime addiction and wellness guidance.
Compris Prevention Guide
Compris is the first addiction assessment tool with risk and resilience-informing guidance to help prevent illness onset as well as prevent relapses. Prevention remains the most cost-effective strategy for managing any illness before onset. Recommended resources for preventing illness expression and sustaining remission include targeted MET/CBT risk-based resilience training. Compris' guidance incorporates the level of addiction risk including substance-specific personality traits (SURPS), illness severity, and resilience resources.
"Compris should be the standard of care for SUD assessment.”
RICK GREEN / BSBA / LCDC