MEDICAL CONDITIONS CAN CAUSE EVEN THE BEST DRIVER TO BECOME UNSAFE

Driving is a complex task in which memory, attention, judgment and other cognitive abilities are used in concert to guide successful performance. Many medical conditions such as Memory Loss, Stroke, Heart Disease, and Diabetes can impact driving abilities. Even if no single condition is severe, several conditions can combine to make a person unsafe to drive. Medications can also affect your ability to drive safely.

The DriveABLE Advantage

Advise and Advocate

DriveABLE’s objective, at-arms-length assessment allows physicians and Occupational Therapists to focus on the outcome of the assessment and remain an advocate for the patient. With the help of DriveABLE test results, physicians can advise patients on the best course of action for their driving.

Gather More Evidence

DriveABLE assessments provide physicians with direct access to information about a patient’s cognitive ability to drive. DriveABLE’s impartial, objective results help inform a physician's clinical judgment and decision-making.

Service Advantage

Offer enhanced cognitive assessment services in your practice. Provide patients and their families with confidence and peace of mind when considering driving abilities.

Unbiased results

DriveABLE offers unbiased results that help identify and confirm cognitive impairments related to driving. This ensures healthy drivers stay on the road longer and protects unsafe drivers from harm.


Applicable Healthcare Products

      DCAT - DriveABLE Cognitive Assessment Tool

  • + Cutting edge software developed through scientific research
  • + Measures the cognitive skills needed for safe driving
  • + Predicts actual on-road performance
  • + Provides an arm’s length assessment, which allows you to focus on the outcome of the assessment and remain an advocate for your patient.

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      DORE - DriveABLE On Road Evaluation

  • + Targeted to only identify drivers with cognitive impairment
  • + Testing in a dual-brake automobile for safety
  • + Driving evaluators are trained to assess medically-at-risk clients
  • + Graduated standardized road course

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Kaiser Permanente Case Study

“We are… keeping our members and the community safer by giving information to physicians, staff, and other medical providers, that some of their patients may not be cognitively fit to be safely driving a vehicle.”
– Brian McReynolds, Physical Therapy Aide, Kaiser Permanente Colorado

When Kaiser Permanente’s medical team needed a research-based, standardized approach to evaluate their patients’ fitness to drive, DriveABLE provided a safe, cost-effective solution.

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CASE STUDY: How DriveABLE is helping your patients

A 75-year-old male suffering from memory loss was referred for DriveABLE testing because his son was concerned about his driving. The patient had lost his way home twice and had started making errors while paying his bills. The doctor and family needed an answer that DriveABLE testing provided. Read Story


Is it reimbursable in the USA?

ABSOLUTELY!

Most USA payers consider computerized neurocognitive assessment procedures medically necessary in the assessment of neurocognitive impairment resulting from a medical condition. DriveABLE is a computerized neurocognitive assessment to evaluate drivers at-risk due to any medical or neurological disorder. DriveABLE seeks to protect safe drivers from misidentification, based solely on their medical condition or age, and accurately identify unsafe drivers to protect them, their families and other road users.

 

 

How do I bill for assessment procedure services?