PainChek | The App for Intelligent Pain Assessment
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Using AI and smartphone technology to give a voice to people who cannot verbalise their pain

PainChek® artificial intelligence assesses facial-micro

PainChek® six domains of pain

assessment that calculates pain severity score

expressions that are indicative of the presence of pain

Transforming pain management

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PainChek® protecting the vulnerable by safely assessing pain during the COVID-19 pandemic

Regular pain assessments are of even greater importance for the vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic as chronic pain may be associated with an impaired immune system.(1)
In the community, more than 50% of those living with dementia experience pain daily. In aged care homes around 60-80% of people living with dementia regularly experience pain.(2) Many of these people cannot self-report their pain reliably.
The PainChek® Adult App is a proven, accurate pain assessment solution in multiple markets. There have been more than 100,000 PainChek® clinical pain assessments completed for people living with dementia in aged care.


It’s availability is also timely given the COVID 19 challenges.
PainChek® is also a safe and rapid pain assessment App that complies with social distancing requirements and infection control procedures, minimising risks for patients, residents and their carers.
The App is downloadable to standard smart devices, with on-line training available for carers through our eLearning platform. The pain assessment takes no more than 3 minutes to complete and storage of pain scores is automatic, eliminating the need for handling paper.
A Federal Government funded 12-month PainChek license is now available for all Australian Residential Aged Care facilities to promote innovation in Aged Care and support improved care and pain assessment for those living with Dementia or other cognitive impairments.


This is for a limited time period. Sign up to protect the safety of both residents and staff with PainChek.
For more information contact 1800 555 555

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