Readmission Risk Assessment Survey (RAS) Tool
The most advanced assessment tool in its class and is designed to identify patient's readmission risk status, has a scoring system, and allows for generation of options (such as a discharge plan).
Readmission Root Cause Assessment (RRCA) Tool
Designed to assess root causes and contributing factors that have resulted in readmissions and automatically creates an action plan to mitigate and manage the identified issues.
Extended Care Facility Transfer Readmission Risk Assessment (TRRA) Tool
This Tool is designed to alert and assist extended care facilities with
managing moderate and high-risk patients prior to transfer from the acute care setting. The same methodology was used to develop and validate its effectiveness as was used for the RAS Tools.
- Behavioral Health RAS Tool
The Behavioral Health RAS Tool has all the features described in the RAS Tool and is the only tool of its kind that identifies and incorporates the impact of age, previously diagnosed behavioral health conditions, and discharge destination on readmissions.
Pediatric RAS Tool
has all the features described in the Adult RAS Tool but also incorporates and quantifies the effect of issues limited to pediatric population on read- missions (i.e., impact of pre-term birth, genetic conditions, immunization status, impairment of growth and development, and caregiver’s men- tal health status). The Pediatric RAS Tool was developed based on Dr. Shafa’s experience with two of the largest Pediatric-only managed care organizations in the US.
Home Safety and Security Assessment Tool
This tool assesses structural, environmental, safety and security related elements that are necessary for patients to reside in their residences and if appropriate, receive care in their home setting. The greatest feature of this tool is that the completion of the assessment will auto- matically generate a suggested action plan to address the findings. This is the only tool that automatically generates an action plan based on the assessment findings.
Home Healthcare Referral Tool
A comprehensive tool that streamlines the process of ordering Home Healthcare services, documentation of provided services, and instructions for how to inform the ordering providers of the patient's progress.
Palliative Care Assessment Tool
The only available tool that allows assessment and follow-up care for Palliative Care services. The tool also contains an action plan that allows documentation and communication for the planned interventions.
Fall Risk Assessment
This tool was designed to serve as a guide to assess the patient's fall risk factors through physical examination, observation and interaction with the patient.
Patient Engagement Assessment
Designed to assess Patient and/or Caregiver's engagement is a very useful tool to initiate an effective care plan in pre to post-discharge spectrum of care.
Activities of Daily Living Assessment Tool
This evidence-based tool was created to independently assess patient's mental functions, basic ADLs and industrious ADLs and is the only tool of its kind that assesses and scores patient’s basic and industrious daily activities, and allows objective longitudinal comparisons. This is an evidence-based tool that allows evaluation of functional status of Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). This tool was redesigned to independently assess mental functions, basic ADLs and Industrious ADLs. In addition, the app allows long-term monitoring of change of status, and assists with provision of correct services at the most appropriate level of care.
In-Home Social Work Assessment Tool
Allows social workers to perform and document an accurate and thorough in-home assessment. The assessment includes evaluation of mental, emotional, cognitive, social determinants of health and environmental factors. The app also includes a summary section which is extremely valuable as it can be used to provide feedback to the ordering practitioner and other providers involved in patient's care. This tool is designed to initiate intake and screening with careful documentation of the implemented steps and an up-to-date summary of relevant information.
Transition of Care Tool
Is intended to help with an effective discharge planning and to provide care information continuity following discharge from acute setting.
Post-admission Medication Reconciliation
Creates an accurate and complete record of all medications that are taken by the patient following an admission to in-patient level of care. The survey may also be completed during transition of care process, care in the outpatient setting (hospital observation care), following transfer to another health care facility, or as part of care coordination by community providers.
- Manage PCP and pharmacy information
- Easy to complete medication list from a complete data base of brand and generic drugs
- Compliance, adherence, side effects and interactions survey.
- The reconciled medication list and generated action items can be shared with patient and other providers
PHQ-9 Depression Survey
The PHQ-9 is the nine item depression scale of the Patient Health Questionnaire. It is a powerful tool to assist clinicians with diagnosing depression and monitoring treatment response. The nine questions of the PHQ-9 are based directly on the nine diagnostic criteria for major depressive disorder. This tool can help track a patients overall depression severity as well as the specific symptoms that are improving or not with treatment. PHQ-9 is not included in the majority of electronic medical records, and this deficiency has resulted in low completion rates in the US. This tool is designed to assist practitioners to document completion of the questionnaire, identify those undiagnosed cases of depression, and promote monitoring and documentation of response to treatment.
Health Risk Assessment
A comprehensive tool that captures patient's risk status, allows identification of needed preventive services and HEDIS performance measures, and dramatically reduces the need for chart reviews (e.g. embedded BMI calculator). This tool is specifically designed to be completed by either a clinician, patient or caregiver.
Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)
Are major contributors and obstacle for patients to manage their chronic conditions and other health needs. The first of its kind, this app allows longitudinal monitoring of patient's status, and also allows institutions such as Community Health Centers to generate reports that will facilitate determining the network and community resources needed to meet those demands.
High Risk Pregnancy Assessment Tool
This app was designed by Robert Johnson, MD, a recognized authority in perinatal medicine in Phoenix, Arizona. It is the first app of its kind that allows accurate identification of high-risk pregnancies by the obstetricians, facilitates referral to perinatalogists, addresses issues related to continuity of information, and assists with follow-up and continuity of care with the referring obstetricians.
Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale
The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) is a self-report questionnaire originally designed by Cox and colleagues to screen for postnatal depression. Large community surveys have shown the EPDS to have strong validity and reliability, and the latest medical evidence indicates that the EPDS can effectively identify mothers at risk for postnatal depression as soon as at 2 to 3 days postpartum while many mothers are still in hospital. EPDS is not included in the majority of electronic medical records, and this has resulted in low use and completion rates. This app is designed to assist practitioners to document completion of the questionnaire and identify mothers at risk for postnatal depression.
Patient Follow-up App
Designed to assist providers to monitor and assess patients' post-visit compliance and creates a very effective tool for patients to accurately report back their status or change of condition in a timely manner. The tool is designed to allow two-way communication between patients and providers and will improve compliance with care plan and instructions, reporting back obtaining needed appointments, care outcomes, and informing providers when a patient had an ED visit or inpatient admission post encounter
|Clinical Practice Guidelines
One-page, interactive evidence-based clinical practice guidelines that are user friendly, HEDIS compliant and include performance measurements for the following conditions:
Clinical Practice Guidelines for Diabetes
- Advanced Care Planning
- Community Acquired Pneumonia
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Chronic Kidney Disease Mgmt.
- Diabetic Foot
- Low Back Pain
- Heel Pain
- Major Depression
This evidence-based tool provides a systematic approach to assessment, risk identification and clinical management of diabetes for primary care providers. In addition, Avixena has developed a diabetic check list that includes the most recent and the future dates of all needed interventions and measures needed for appropriate management of diabetes. The diabetes guidelines is HEDIS compliant, which will allow clinicians to provide optimal care and qualify for pay-for-performance measures.
The ability for physicians to follow-up directly with patients is vital to their safety, improving outcomes, quality of care and reducing health care costs. avixenas’ ability to work with any desktop or mobile device makes it the perfect platform for creating patient-facing apps that will allow patients to communicate directly with their care providers.
Post-Op Pain Management Assessment Tool
Track your patient's pain control during their recovery period. This tool allows physicians to send out an email or text invite for patients to report back their pain levels and recuperation directly from the avixena apps dashboard.
- Ordering physicians can set frequency of reporting
- The alert and prompting features can send reminders to patients via text or email
- Patients can use a web browser on any desktop or mobile device by simply clicking on the link
- Simple design of patient input screen takes only one minute to fill out and submit
Great features include:
- All data is in real time
- Physicians can securely access information anytime, anywhere using their mobile device
- Patient data is shown on dashboard and is reported in an easy to read chart
- Physicians can alter post-op treatment based on generated reports and prevent avoidable ER visits
- Physicians can share info with other care providers via email or fax
- Is a great tools for monitoring medication use, including use of opioids
- HIPAA Compliant