IntelliSpace Cognition

Digital assessment with
Philips IntelliSpace Cognition

Work efficiently, with new insights that support you in making an assessment

Digital neuropsychological assessments help standardize your workflow. Philips IntelliSpace Cognition doesn’t stop there. Our advanced data analytics provide the support you need to make high-quality cognitive assessments. Automated scoring of drawings, voice recognition, patient profiling and digital reporting all help you focus on what matters most: your patient.
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Supporting your vision

 

Philips IntelliSpace Cognition is our innovative solution for performing a digital neuropsychological assessment. It can help you reduce variability, uncover new insights, and centralize your data.

 

The strength of IntelliSpace Cognition is the powerful combination of recognized cognitive tests with advanced analytics and artificial intelligence. It’s what lets you and your team achieve data-rich assessments efficiently — and provide the care your patient needs.

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Your benefits

Work efficiently
Plan and organize in advance. Save time on scoring. Manage all your data in one place.
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Standardize for quality
Standardized testing and scoring algorithms reduce variability and improve reproducibility.
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Experience a total solution
Testing, scoring, digital clinical interviews, tailored reporting — all compatible with electronic medical records.
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Gain new insights
Key opinion leaders agree: New digital outcome measures are valuable when performing cognitive assessments. 
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Why go digital?

 

Accurate, efficient assessment is crucial to achieving the results that patients, neuropsychologists and referring physicians demand. Digitization can help you respond to some of today’s challenges in assessing cognition.

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Increasing workload

 

  • Increasing incidence of dementia — 50 million worldwide, doubling every 20 years [1]
  • Increasing variation of patient groups [2]
  • Limited reimbursement forcing shorter evaluations [2]
  • Audit trails becoming required for reimbursement
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Lack of standardization

 

  • Variation in workflow reduces inter-rater reliability
  • Longitudinal comparisons require consistent methods of assessment
  • Mistakes in manual scoring lead to inaccurate results
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Reporting demands

 
  • Patient and family involvement demands simplified versions of reports
  • Longitudinal report increasing requested for therapy monitoring
  • Time needed for manual scoring delays your final report
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Data requirements

 
  • Paper norm booklets are blocking migration to regression-based norms
  • Difficulty in performing multivariate analysis for measures originating from different tests
  • Limitations in amount of data that can be interpreted via human calculation [3]
  • Current measures have limited sensitivity 
T Nijboer
A digital neuropsychological assessment saves time because you don't have to score all your tests manually. You can also analyze your patient’s performance at different moments in time and identify subtle changes in cognition. This is particularly true for some of the new digital measures where you can see completely different patterns of performance"

T. Nijboer, PhD

Neuropsychologist, University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands

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Philips IntelliSpace Cognition is currently planned to become available to selected sites in Q1 of 2019*

 

*Philips reserves the right to adapt this release and/or release date

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Resources

 

[1] https://www.alz.co.uk/research/statistics

[2] J. Sweet et al; Vol 29 (8) 1069-1162 (2015)

[3] J.B. Miller, W.B. Barr; Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology;1-14 (2017)

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