The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently released their 5-point strategy for combating the opioid crisis. The strategy outlines the elements the HHS deems most important in targeting the epidemic at its source and ending the fight for the many thousands still struggling. The team here at Inflexxion is working to help achieve […]
►What is the COMM-9? The COMM-9 is an evidence-based electronically administered clinical screening tool intended to identify and monitor aberrant opioid-related behavior in chronic pain patients on opioid therapy. It is a brief version of the Current Opioid Misuse Measure (COMM). The COMM and COMM-9 were developed with guidance from pain and addiction experts and […]
What is the SOAPP-8? Broadly defined, the SOAPP-8 is a clinical tool used to determine a patient’s level of risk of misusing their opiate medication and the level of monitoring a patient on long-term opioid therapy may require. It was developed based on expert consensus regarding qualities likely to predict a patient’s risk of displaying […]
See our latest infographic below on the power behind the ASI-MV network. To learn more, visit our behavioral health product suite page.
A Clinical tool for assessing, tracking, and documenting pain and opioid misuse risk WALTHAM, Mass., Sept. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Inflexxion, Inc. announced today the release of PainCAS: Clinical Assessment System 3.0, a scientifically validated pain and opioid risk assessment, featuring electronic versions of the widely-used Screener and Opioid Assessment for Patients with Pain (SOAPP®) […]
Inflexxion’s Vice President of Health Analytics, Theresa Cassidy, was recently interviewed on the issues and abuse of Extended Release (ER) opioids vs. Immediate Release (IR) opioids based on supporting data and analytics. Q1: Extended Release opioids have more stringent regulatory restrictions because of their potential for tampering/abuse. The focus on extended-release/long acting opioids as a class […]
Inflexxion recently concluded a study of the standardized electronic pain assessment system, the PainCAS: Clinical Assessment System. The study measured the system’s impact on pain-related documentation. Below is an infographic that highlights the key findings from the study.