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96120 – Neuropsychological Testing (Eg, Wisconsin Card Sorting Test), Administered By A Computer, With Qualified Health Care Professional Interpretation And Report

Key Benefits
  • 97% accurate in determining whether someone is normal or cognitively impaired
  • 95% accurate in specifying the severity of cognitive impairment
  • The Most Accurate Online Cognitive Test
  • Improve patient care with early detection of impairments
  • The only test to assess all six cognitive domains
  • Ability to monitor patients’ cognitive health over time
  • Reimbursed up to $120 per test (several CPT codes)
  • Can be incorporated into Annual Wellness Visits
  • Published in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 2010
  • The Cogselftest is Quick and Easy
  • Access via secure internet log-in
  • Easily create and manage accounts
  • Test takes approximately 10 minutes
  • Integrates easily into busy practices
  • Minimal training required (available online)
  • Results are easily loaded into EMR systems
  • Easy sign-up process
Patient Criteria

Most Common Indications for Cognitive Testing

  • 331.0 Alzheimer’s disease
  • 331.2 Senile degeneration of brain
  • 331.83 Mild cognitive impairment,
  • 290.11- 290.13 Presenile dementia,
  • 959.01 Head injury, unspecified

Please note: you must be a healthcare professional to order this test.



Finally! Reimbursement for cognitive screening using a proven, early detection tool for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia.

Recognizing the need for an easily accessible test for every user, we’ve developed the COGselftest to give physicians the tools to catch early signs of dementia and cognitive impairment in people ages 50 and older.

The COGselftest evolved from the paper self-test created by Dr. John H. Dougherty Jr. in 2002. More than 1500 trials of the paper test have been conducted, and studies of the online version of the test show it to be a reliable tool, not only for identifying cognitive impairment, but also for zeroing in on the specific areas that need improvement.

It is our hope that by making this online version of the test accessible to more physicians, we can begin to reduce the number of people who fall through the diagnostic cracks until it is too late for effective treatment.

This test is quick (about 10 minutes), easy to take and reliable. It looks at the six major areas, or cognitive domains, that are likely to be impaired by dementia.

Cognitive domains

  • Orientation: The awareness of time, place, situation and self
  • Visuospatial Organization: The ability to visualize, organize, manipulate and recreate objects
  • Verbal fluency: The ability to quickly and accurately use language
  • Working Memory: The ability to recall information and previous experiences as well as to learn and store new information
  • Attention: The ability to concentrate and focus on information without being easily distracted
  • Executive functions: The ability to reason and make decisions and judgments


  • Easy. Fits fast-paced workflows and works with most EMRs.
  • Quick. Delivers reports immediately for the physician and patient.
  • Peer-reviewed. Featured in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Accurate. Demonstrates 96% sensitivity and 91% specificity.
  • Reimbursed. Neuropsychological testing is covered by many CPT codes.

By assessing the skills in each area, the COGselftest can help you and your doctor identify areas that may need attention and help you monitor changes and improvements.


Please note: you must be a healthcare professional to order this test.