Cognitive impairment can be detected prior to the loss of daily functions, but barriers limit neurologists’ ability to provide comprehensive testing and interventions. Examples include:
Time constraints and lack of knowledge on how to best evaluate cognition in disorders such as MS, TBI, epilepsy, and stroke
Access to neuropsychology services varies and may be beset by long wait times, poor patient experience, and lengthy testing1,2
The resulting gap in evaluation and treatment can be alleviated by adopting an advanced digital platform to obtain timely, evidence-based neurocognitive assessment in everyday practice.