NeuroCom International

NEUROCOM, A DIVISION OF NATUS DOCUMENTATION


NeuroCom®, a division of Natus® provides clear, objective documentation to enhance effective clinical decision-making and demonstrate the value of clinical programs to patients, referring physicians, and third party payers.

NeuroCom Systems save time by automatically documenting patient performance from the initial evaluation through follow-up treatments/interventions and final outcome.

  • Comprehensive Report for each assessment, including identification of specific sensory and motor impairments, functional limitations and age-related normative data. Example
  • Evaluation Notes provide written summaries of the comprehensive reports. These summaries assist in communicating treatment plans to referring physicians and third party payers.
  • Daily Training Reports summarize the patient's training effort, including session duration, specific exercises performed, difficulty levels achieved, and patient compliance (speed and accuracy). By quantifying the relation between the difficulty level of the exercise and the performance of the patient, compliance scores help ensure an adequate balance between challenge, motor learning, and failure.
  • Progress Reports document outcomes by graphically charting changes in key impairment and functional limitation measures over the course of treatment. These reports provide supportive data to justify payment or continuation of rehabilitative services.
  • Training History provides the parameters and actual data of a patient's performance in their previous session. The treating clinician can quickly view this information and advance the treatment exercises and parameters for the current session accordingly. Treatment planning is quickly and easily completed with a few mouse clicks at the beginning of each treatment session, simplifying the procedure for the primary, or substitute, rehabilitation clinician. This improves efficiency and further ensures systematic care between clinicians and treatment session. It also allows for more objective evaluation and supervision of practice patterns.