To purchase the MOST-96120,
go to the APP Store on your iPAD or iPAD
Type in "MOST-96120". Click to purchase.
The MOST-96120 can be purchased one test
at a time, or in bundles of 10, 25, 50 or 100.
The MOST-96120 is an advanced professional
version of the Memory Orientation Screening
Test (R), specifically configured to meet CMS
requirements for "neuropsychological testing
administered by a computer with a qualified
health care professional interpretation and
report"billable as CPT code 96120.
With the MOST-96120, a licensed physician, nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, physician's assistant, psychologist, or other qualified health professional can assess memoryand executive functions in a patient in less than 5 minutes. The valid and reliable scoring iscomputed on a scale from 0-29, which helps to differentiate normal cognition from mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
The application automatically scores the test, and produces a report of findings and generates a list of best-practice recommendations from which the clinician can select a treatment plan for the patient. The provider then electronically signs the report and can print it, or send it to an EMR/EHR by e-mail or Dropbox.
The MOST-96120 is administered in less than 5 minutes with contextual cues at every step.
The provider's review of the test results and the decision-making steps are intuitive and add only minutes to completing the assessment.
The resulting report shows the current MOST score with the patinet's clock drawing, indicates the cognitive level with the appropriate recommendations from our best practices list. Additional recommendations can be added directly by the provider on the report before it is signed electronically.
A valuable feature of the application converts scores from the MMSE to a MOST equivalent score. This allows providers to make an easy transition to the more reliable and valid MOST and to gauge whether a change in cognition has occurred since the last testing.
The MOST-96120 also points the user to background information about dementia, to an instructional video, and to the peer-reviewed validation studies for the MOST.
We are presently building a page of frequently asked questions which have come from users across the United States and other countries. Please free feel to contact us with your questions and comments .