Outcome Data for the New Healthcare Paradigm

MAP is delivering the world’s first complete addiction outcome data set for treatment facilities. Driven by the desire to increase rates of long-term sobriety and positive outcomes, MAP has designed a state-of-the-art, algorithm-based software platform that measures thousands of variables. The revolutionary essence of the MAP technology is its unique ability to accurately identify the most subtle of relapse behavioral patterns.

While MAP provides recovery support to your discharged patients and their families, the software collects extensive amounts of high-frequency, quantitative and qualitative outcome data. Expert statisticians and analysts compile intuitive monthly reports that land on your desk so you can quantify your outcomes. Access your data at any time with MAP’s Treatment Center Dashboard.

Imagine the insight to be gained from being able to look at your program on a statistical level and how you’ll be able to leverage that information to improve its quality and success. Imagine having the ability to certify your facility’s outcomes – this will help to secure your position as a leader in the field and provide leverage in the new, upcoming reimbursement paradigm.

MAP Live Data:

  • Provides actionable data on your alumni with real-time, high risk alerts
  • Illuminates your facility’s strengths and areas for improvement
  • Tracks thousands of variables and characteristics relevant to your alumni
  • Generates comprehensive monthly MAP Executive Reports for your facility
  • Empowers you with data to navigate the new insurance reimbursement paradigm
  • Allows you to compare your outcomes with industry-wide data
MAP Executive Report
Family Involvement in Recovery

Family Involvement in Recovery

Variable: Family Involvement in Recovery 20% – People with solid family involvement are 20% more likely to report no family stress than those without family involvement 50% – Policing – During the first 90 days out of treatment people with solid family involvement report 50% less monitoring and policing by...
romancing drinking

Romanticizing Use

Variable: Romanticizing Use 21.9% – Those who romanticize use are expected to be 21.41% more likely to relapse than those who do not romanticize use. 4.67 – For every 4.67 people that we might be able to move from romanticizing use to not romanticizing use, we might likely prevent 1...