The developer of online addiction and mental health assessment tools such as the Addiction Severity Index-Multimedia Version (ASI-MV) is partnering with treatment and publishing giant Hazelden to offer these online programs on a more widespread basis.
Massachusetts-based Inflexxion worked with Hazelden earlier this year to establish an adolescent substance use intervention that bolsters the lessons youths learn in treatment through online exercises and exposure to a supportive online community.
In addition to the ASI-MV, Inflexxion also markets the Comprehensive Health Assessment for Teens (CHAT). Under the newly announced arrangement, Hazelden Publishing will offer these tools in conjunction with its evidence-based curricula and recovery management products.
“These tools allow for consistent, systematic data collection across multiple agencies or locations giving clinicians a powerful analytical tool to assess and monitor client progress in real-time,” Inflexxion vice president of sales and marketing Mike Waldron said in a news release. “The data collected by ASI-MV and CHAT is a critical component in measuring outcomes required by the Affordable Care Act.”