Abstract| Volume 37, 101547, January 2020

Routine Cognitive Processing Speed Assessment in Clinical Practice is Associated with Patient Reported Outcome, Employment, and Quantitative MRI

      We have implemented a validated technology-enabled adaptation of the Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT), the Processing Speed Test (PST) obtained via iPad®, into routine patient care. Our objective was to determine the relationship of PST scores to patient-reported outcomes (PROs), employment, and magnetic resonance imagaing (MRI) metrics in a large clinical cohort.
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