PainChek pain assessment tool

Friday, 18 November, 2022 | Supplied by: PainChek

PainChek has developed a smartphone-based pain assessment and monitoring application that uses artificial intelligence and facial recognition to detect pain in those who cannot self-report.

The app gives a voice to those who cannot verbalise pain, while also driving objectivity and consistency in all assessments. For those who can self-report, PainChek Universal also includes access to the Numerical Rating Scale, a well-established standard used to document pain levels. PainChek Universal supports pain assessment using both tools at the point of care, for those people whose ability to communicate fluctuates.

Under the agreement, PainChek is using InterSystems IRIS for Health to integrate its application with electronic medical record (EMR) systems — including the InterSystems TrakCare unified healthcare information system. More than one billion health records worldwide are managed using InterSystems technology. PainChek’s software-as-a-service (SaaS), artificial intelligence (AI) platform uses smart devices with cameras to evaluate patients’ pain levels.

PainChek has regulatory clearance as a medical device in Australia, the UK, Europe, Singapore, Canada and New Zealand. An application to the US FDA is currently in progress.

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