COG Selftest

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The COGselftest works easily within a physicians practice. Many people in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease are going undiagnosed in the primary care setting, due to the previously available extensive and sometimes complicated testing procedures.

The COGselftest measures all 6 areas of the cognitive domain, something we now know to be crucial in accurately assessing cognitive health. For more on the COGselftest research and clinical trials, please visit our Physician page.

Using the COGselftest in your practice will allow you a reliable and accurate way to quickly screen those patients concerned with memory loss. This will help determine if early signs of AD are present, requiring further evaluation by a specialist or if the focus should be on testing for other potential health problems.

Whether a user takes a test in the waiting room or in the patient room, the test will not disrupt your practice. If you are interested in using the COGselftest in your practice contact us.

Annual Wellness Visit

The Annual Wellness Visit requires cognitive testing with each visit. Use the COGselftest as a component of your Medicare Annual Wellness Visit in your practice.

Annual Wellness Visit FAQ

Annual Wellness Visit (AWV), Including Personalized Prevention Plan Services (PPPS):

Your practice may wish to start providing the new AWV that's detailed in the 2011 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, which will earn you up to $175 per patient. The payment is in full without having to collect coinsurance or deductible.

CMS has developed two separate Level II HCPCS codes:

  • G0438 - Annual wellness visit, including personalized prevention plan services, first (new pt) visit (paid at the rate of a level 4 office visit for a new patient).

G0439 - Annual wellness visit, including personalized prevention plan services, subsequent (est pt) visit (paid at the rate of a level 4 office visit for an established patient). Test