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Interactive Voice Recognition Technology Shows Promise

Expert Commentary

Interactive Voice Recognition (IVR) technology shows promise for self-monitoring among among those who misuse alcohol.

Learn more about its potential to trigger additional supports and offer cost effective means to assess long-term program efficacy.


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Visionary Prototype

A visionary team of experts from around the world has put technology, ideas, and knowledge in addiction treatment together to form a relapse prevention prototype. This prototype shows how to use technology to improve addition treatment.

View the interactive IFR System Prototype

Learn about the different services in the IFR prototype and how they work together to improve addiction treatment and recovery outcomes. Watch how patients interact with the system to get the services and support they need for a successful recovery.