Entries by rono

Multi-Site Pharmaceutical Trial

A multi-site clinical trial, led by Principal Investigator (PI) Dr. James McCracken of UCLA, is designed to measure the effects of an investigational product to mitigate social disability Changes in social functioning will be measured through the use of structured assessments that are administered by trained raters. The variability in rater’s skill levels with these […]

School Behavior Assessment Study

Overview The goal of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness and cost difference in using Behavior Imaging vs. traditional practices for evaluating children with special needs in the classroom, training teachers on interventions, and implementing behavior intervention plans. Behavior Connect is an online portal that enables health and education professionals to remotely interact with […]

Diagnostic Assessment Study

Early Results Autism Speaks is co-sponsoring the 2nd International Conference on Innovative Technologies for Autism (ITASD 2014), at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, October 3rd and 4th. This year’s conference will focus on developing and using digital tools to improve the lives of people with autism. Invited to talk, Gregory D. Abowd of Georgia Tech, […]

Doctor-Caregiver Med Management App

Behavior Imaging Solutions announces the results of its research study funded by an Innovative Small Business grant from AutismSpeaks.org evaluating how doctors, patients and caregivers can utilize its Telehealth technology to better monitor the effectiveness of medications prescribed to individuals with autism. The research study involved the development and evaluation of a new mobile device […]

P.I. Surveys Special Education Stakeholders in Special Behavior Assessment Workshop

As part of its grant market research activities, PI led a group of education stakeholders (special ed  teachers, services, administrators) to evaluate the uses and importance of Behavior Imaging 2.0, include smartCapture – in their classroom environment. More than 20 educators took part in the evaluation.  Results to be published shortly. P.I. with Special Educators […]

Related Research to the Diagnostic Assessment phase

HealthDay News is covering research related to diagnosis of autism based on symptoms and other factors. Age of Autism Diagnosis May Depend on Symptoms: Study MONDAY, April 15 (HealthDay News) — Specific symptoms influence the age at which children are diagnosed with autism, according to a new study. Children who displayed only seven of 12 […]

May 2nd Discussion with SARRC research 10-2pm

Join us May 2nd @ SARRC’s campus to discuss the progress launch of the Diagnostic Assessment Research Study and the Medication Management Project.Meeting starts at 10:00am until 2:00pm SARRC Main Campus: 18th Street, Phoenix, AZ To participate in this forum, please contact the Project P.I. by email at ron@behaviorimaging.com For more information on SARRC, go […]

Increasing Role of Telemedicine in Future Healthcare

(From 4/22/2013 email put out by the American Telemedicine Association) – There has been increasing attention to the rise of “Big Med”–a term coined by Atul Gawande in the August 2012 edition of The New Yorker (NewYorker.com). The term relates to the accelerating trend in mergers, acquisitions and affiliations that are taking place throughout healthcare. […]

Behavior Assessment – Using B.I. for ‘Problem Behavior 911′ Service

One of BIS’ current customers, and NIH Research Partner, was featured in Pennsylvania’s newspaper regarding how they’ve been using (Legacy) Behavior Imaging to advise schools to deal more effectively with Problem Behavior.  Using Behavior Imaging for Problem Behavior 911 Service This current NIH research study will study if smartCapture can make this ’911′ service even […]