Clarity AITM combines the largest clinical voice sample repository with a proprietary algorithm that identifies voice biomarkers for stress and trauma, objectively quantifying emotional distress severity.
While other AI programs analyze the words used by a speaker, Clarity AI disregards the content of a voice sample to identify underlying emotions evident in delivery. Patients are asked to read a simple passage, from which the algorithm can draw conclusions based on the pacing and confidence of the reader.
How We Help Our Partners
Programs using Clarity AI are able to monitor high-risk patients and improve outcomes without large financial investments.
AI technology can identify issues that children in treatment may be unable to voice to their therapists due to discomfort, concern about repercussions for the family, or lack of appropriate vocabulary.
A Portal for Therapists
The Therapist Web Portal helps identify the severity of emotional distress and tracks patient’s progress.
Our system enables quick screening of the patients’ baseline scores and tracks their severity scores over time to determine treatment effectiveness.
The Supervisor Web Portal
Clarity AI automatically flags high-risk patients, enabling clinical supervisors the ability to track high-risk patients and decrease liability. This web portal helps agencies see therapists’ caseloads and monitor if they are compliant with data collection.
The Collaborative Portal
Clarity AI enables therapists, supervisors, and care coordinators/utilization managers to collaborate in real-time to manage high-risk patients, including effectively managing patients’ post-inpatient discharges. The portal includes individualized dashboards with administrative data on the provider and therapist’s level of compliance.
Clarity AI tools for Schools
Clarity AI voice algorithm helps support school systems as a whole by automating the clinical documentation process. The platform helps reduce the amount of time therapists spend documenting by 50%.
Impact of Covid on students’ mental health: A Gallup poll of parents in the U.S. with school-aged children showed that almost 45% say their child or teen is “already experiencing harm.”
Impact of Covid on students's mental health
Toxic stress and pandemic-related trauma can lead to cognitive impairment, attention issues, and problems with mood and memory. Childhood trauma also increases the risk for obesity and other early onset of chronic diseases.
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