The CANS-MCI -- an easy-to-use computer-assisted, touchscreen, cognitive test for MCI

THE COMPUTER-ADMINISTERED NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SCREEN FOR MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT

Self-administered

100% self-administered for maximum objectivity and reliability. No computer skills required. Simple touch screen interactions.

Medically valid

Proven accuracy at levels similar to full neuropsychological work ups.

Quick

Takes only 30 minutes or less, even for those who are impaired.

Comprehensive report

Scored and sent back to the practice within an hour.

Longitudinal

Useful as a single baseline screen or for precise evaluation of longitudinal change.

Predictive

Screens for the earliest stages of all cognitive declines that are predictive of Alzheimer’s and other dementias.

Since 2000, the CANS-MCI has led the way in early detection and awareness of impending dementia.

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A few more of the CANS-MCI’s core features

Fair pricing

Unlike current industry norms, pay for tests only after they are performed.

Multilingual

Available in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese

Reimbursable

CPT codes 96103 and 96120.

Efficient

No clinician resources or time required.

Hearing impaired version

Test questions are audible for hearing patients, readable for hearing impaired.

Professionally scored

Results are scored by Neuropsychology testing professionals and a report is provided that is easy to interpret.

Minimal Hardware Requirements…

 

1

Any Windows operating system

Any Windows computer with audio capability, speakers, and video hardware capable of displaying 640 x 480 resolution with preserved aspect ratio.

 

2

Touchscreen-capable display between 11.6 and 19 inches

For portability and ease-of-use we recommend a “convertible”, “hybrid”, or “2-in-1” notebook / laptop.

 

3

Connection to the Internet

If you don’t have access to the Internet during tests you may upload the day’s sessions once you reconnect.
Surface Pro and 2-in-1 hybrid notebook computer

What researchers, doctors and patients are saying...

  •  We love the ease and consistent reimbursement, as well as Screen’s outstanding Service and Support. 
    Vessel HealthGeorgia
  •  The CANS-MCI includes an assessment of cognition, mood, risk factors, substance use, and driving capabilities. The battery requires 22 to 27 minutes for completion. Reports are completed by neuropsychology test technicians within an hour of testing. Overall, the CANS-MCI has several strengths, including brevity, language and cultural specificity and good evidence of sensitivity and specificity for MCI versus healthy controls. 
    NeurologistAlpert Medical School, Brown University, Providence, RI
  •  The CANS-MCI is a good example of a computer test that is well-paced and adds a measure of pleasantness to the experience of the user. 
    Status of computerized cognitive testing in aging: A systematic reviewKatherine Wild, et al., Alzheimer’s & Dementia 4 (2008) 428–437
  •  Congratulations on creating the most beautiful and intuitive user interface for cognitive testing that I have yet seen. Your use of multi-media developers for the CANS-MCI human-computer interface really paid off. The CANS-MCI is certainly the best self-test on the market. 
    William R. Shankle, MDChief Medical Officer, Medical Care Corporation
  •  In my geriatric medical practice, I have found the CANS-MCI to be the most useful memory assessment tool ever devised. Patient-friendly, highly reliable, and reimbursable by Medicare, I have recommended it to all my colleagues. A must have for all medical practices. 
    GerontologistPrivate Practice, New Jersey
  •  One of the primary goals in our Alzheimer's disease research is to study the neuropsychological features associated with early cognitive decline. The CANS-MCI can signal the need for a full neuropsychological evaluation early enough in the pre-clinical phase of cognitive decline to enhance the effectiveness of AD detection. 
    NeurologistProfessor Departments of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Behavioral Sciences University of Kentucky