Bring the power of digital to cognitive care
Early detection and intervention have changed the outlook for so many diseases – from cancer to cardiovascular disease. However, largely reactive testing and outdated methods have hindered their prevalence in brain health. Digital innovation has the power to help change this. AI-enhanced cognitive assessments can not only help providers spot early signs of cognitive impairment, but also evaluate patients more efficiently - helping open a new window of opportunity for early intervention.
How long Alzheimer’s can be present before overt symptoms arise
Projected worldwide dementia cases by 2050, up from ~55M currently
Extent to which demand for neurologists will exceed supply by 2025
Our ground-breaking platform augments long-trusted cognitive assessments with a process-based approach to neurological analysis. Coupled with AI-enhancements, Linus Health’s next-generation digital cognitive assessments deliver an efficient, scientifically-validated approach to early detection of cognitive impairment.
Plus, we design experiences with the realities of clinical care and research in mind, simplifying and streamlining workflows with:
- iPad-based, quick to administer sensitive assessments
- Standardized administration and automated scoring
- Multi-language support
- Integrated clinical decision support
- Personalized patient action plans
Capture the benefits of digital assessments for your organization
Extensively researched, widely-published
Our solutions bridge cutting-edge technology with familiar, trusted cognitive testing methods. Our flagship solution, DCTclock — an AI-enhanced upgrade to the clock drawing test — arose from a decade of research and development at MIT and Lahey. The technology and its predecessors have appeared in 20+ studies, which have not only demonstrated its sensitivity in detecting subtle signs of cognitive impairment, but also its association with key Alzheimer’s biomarkers.