The cliexa platform allows me to stay in constant contact with my patients and check in on them more regularly with how they’re doing with regards to their disease… to potentially avoid emergency room visits, potentially avoid hospitalizations.”

Katie Richardson, MD – Pediatrician, Discovery & Innovation Lead, Colorado Permanente Medical Group

Any way to make electronic health record documentation more efficient would be welcome, I think, by any practitioner. So instead of a patient having to come into our office and fill out a questionnaire or a series of questionnaires… for my medical assistant to take these questionnaires and calculate the disease activity score… for somebody else to then scan that into the computer so that it’s documented from the standpoint of quality assurance… would be welcome.”

Robert Spencer, MD– Rheumatologist, Colorado Arthritis Center

This is where everything needs to go so that you know, when you walk into the doctor’s, that you’ve been tracking the right things, you can answer their questions in advance and your time with them is more effective.”

Jody Lasky – Patient

It’s really nice to be able to collect than information ahead of time, and I can spend more time actually counselling the patient and talking to them and providing education and guidance versus just questioning them.”

Amy Jochim, MD – North Colorado Family Medicine

The software makes it really easy for me to track what’s happening, but also for my doctor to be able to look back over time and monitor my pain, my symptoms, and I don’t necessarily have to remember it from day-to-day. It’s just a very user friendly way for my doctor and me to communicate.”

Sarah Bartles – Patient

OPTIONS is an innovative method to quickly identify emerging adults that are at-risk for unintended pregnancies and STIs. From a psychological perspective, early identification is essential and leads to increases in positive outcomes – the OPTIONS model assists in identifying more risk. This model is also ideal for developing empirically validated treatments to help at-risk individuals. Specifically, the use of the model will enable researchers to identify and track treatment progress in an empirical manner validated over time. ”

Stephen Wright, PhD – Associate Professor, Dpt of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education