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Researchers at Johns Hopkins show that Miro Health outpaces clinical care

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University Hospital have published study results in the American Journal of Speech and Language Pathology based on data collected with Miro Health’s free speech assessment tool. Findings demonstrate that Miro’s automated assessment and analysis platform can perform as well or better than clinician evaluations.

Miro’s platform was able to describe content and communication efficiency differences between controls and mild aphasia patients. Data analysis show that the combined measures of numbers of syllables, content units, syllables compared to content units, and left vs. right content units can distinguish language output of individuals with aphasia from controls.

American Journal of Speech and Language Pathology 28(6):1 · September 2018. Click link to read abstract.

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