Measurement of Pathology Factors

Trac9 Informatics monitors clinical symptoms closely to ensure appropriate reduction in pathology over the course of treatment. This goes far beyond symptoms of craving. Trac9 Informatics measures anxiety, depression, stress, verbal craving and visual cue reactivity of craving.

Measurement of Resilience Factors

The vast majority of outcomes systems only assess pathology. This provides only half of the picture. Resilience factors are just as critical to monitoring client progress. The Trac9 Informatics battery monitors commitment to sobriety, optimism, spirituality, and quality of life in addiction recovery – known protective factors in the recovery process.

Factors Assessed

Trac9 Informatics monitors client progress through nine individual factors associated with sustained, long-term recovery. The assessments include both pathology and resilience factors.

Commitment to Sobriety

Successful sobriety involves mor than just the desire not to drink or use – it also involves hard work.


Spirituality can be complex and fluid, but it plays a huge role in the recovery process.


Assesses individual differences in generalized optimism versus pessimism.

Quality of Life

Sobriety impacts the overall wellness in all aspects of one’s physical, mental and social life.


“Am I depressed because I rely upon substances, or do I rely upon substances because I’m depressed?”


Anxiety is the reaction to stressful, dangerous, or unfamiliar situations that can interfere with leading an everyday functioning life.

Verbal Craving

Verbal craving is the verbal manifestation of intense feelings of wanting to drink or use.

Visual Craving

Visual cues can have a powerful ability to stimulate intense feelings of want.


Stress is a key risk factor in addiction initiation, relapse, and maintenance of recovery.

Value-Based Care

Trac9 costs are often reimbursed via CPT codes or increased negotiated bundled payments. Contact us to learn more.

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