The Cognistat Assessment System (CAS-II) is a computer-assisted on-line version of the original paper and pencil test.
Administered by a health-care professional
Provides automatic scoring.
Contains an embedded copy of the Cognistat Manual, which provides context-sensitive help to the examiner on all aspects of test administration, including the phrasing of questions and evaluation of answers.
Presents information regarding state factors that have the potential to impact patient performance.
Provides detailed information on medications that may affect the exam outcome.
Automatically generates a graphic profile that can be compared with reference neurobehavioral disorders, as an aide to diagnosis.
Creates a patient electronic data record (EDR) that can be used to generate longitudinal data and facilitate data analysis, comparisons and trending.
Permits the user to create custom cognitive profiles to reflect local normative populations or for clinical research purposes.
Allows data to be shared between and among clinical groups.