What is evidence-based treatment? How is it a proven method that works? At Healing Properties, we decided to take clinically-proven results a step further. We’ve started self-collecting data from our clients to a monitor tracking system from a third party company called Vista Research Group. The group started INSIGHT Addiction, which helps to collect information in hopes of creating treatment facilities that truly improve the lives of addicts.
How is that data collected? Healing Properties sends a link, confidentially, the our patient’s device. From there, there are assessments to be answered. Some of those include:
INSIGHT Addiction also monitors for other information including the deciding factor that lead patients to seek treatment, their demographics, their treatment history, their motivation, addiction severity, health information, thought patterns, cravings, quality of friendships and relationships, and more. The data collected not only helps to create more authentic treatment centers across the nation, but it also aids in making Healing Properties a safer, and more effective choice.
What does the research say when it comes to all of the data being collected?
What is the purpose of collecting data? Is it invasive? Is it problematic? Can it be used against a loved one? The reality is that collective data allows for a more individualistic approach to therapy, and recovery. When a program is tailored to everyone equally, it may be beneficial for some, and a waste of time for others. Everyone is unique, and by understanding the way that they respond, the way the feel, and how they’re learning, our team can build a personalized approach to healing.