Behavior-Based Addiction Recovery Tools
DISCflex Recovery is a suite of cost-effective behavioral assessment tools designed to quickly identify each individual’s behavioral patterns. The reports provide insight into the group dynamics and inter-connecting relationships in a recoveree's life from a 360-degree view.
DISCflex Recovery - Unique Reports:
Report for the Recoveree
This report allows the recoveree to examine the typical habits that stem from behavior patterns. Then they can determine if the habit patterns and boundaries currently in place work for a healthy lifestyle, or not.
Report for the Supporter
This report is for the supporters. A crucial step is understanding how the people in a recoveree's network affect addiction. Supporters’ behavior patterns definitively play into the recovery process in a big way. This report will give the supporter critical information to help set and keep boundaries in place. The supporter will receive 'tips' and 'bewares' relating to their natural strengths and challenges as it applies to their role in the recovery process.
DISCflex™ - Group Leader Report
Report for the Group Leader
This report is for Supporters in a leadership role. This may include therapists, counselors, peer leaders, etc. A crucial step in understanding a recoveree is how their support network affects addiction, since a supporters’ behavior patterns definitively play into the recovery process in a big way. The supporter will receive 'tips' and 'bewares' relating to their natural strengths and challenges as it applies to their role in the recovery process. Specifically, they will receive additional training to lead others in supporting the recoveree.
Enhanced Recovery Experience
Compliance, trust, and communication are enhanced with DISC methodology
When medical providers know the general behavioral tendencies of an individual patient, they can adjust their approach in order to deliver communication based on what the person’s behavioral preferences are. This enhances the person’s experience, increases trust, and promotes retention of information. This is particularly important if the patient/recoveree and medical professional are polar opposites in terms of behavior or if the patient has a typical behavioral tendency that would inhibit their compliance to medical or therapeutic recommendations.
This methodology typically leads to an increase in quality of care scores. These scores may lead to higher satisfaction scores which in turn lead to higher reimbursement.
Example: Medical professionals enhance communication by situationally adjusting their verbiage towards each patient’s behavioral pattern in areas like the discharge process, post surgical care, medication and prescription use, rehabilitation, visit follow-up, etc.
Addresses Potential for Communication and Patient Experience Disconnect due to dissimilar behavior tendencies.