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MI Blending Products:
· MI:PRESTO (online course)
· MIIS (implementation software)

Motivational Incentives Implementation Software (MIIS). (Blending Team Product)

Produced by the NIDA/SAMHSA-ATTC Blending Initiative, 2011

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).

The Motivational Incentives Implementation Software (MIIS) is available at no cost. This platform, developed by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, provides the mechanisms to: assist researchers, clinicians, and counselors in utilizing and applying Motivational Incentives for treating patients with substance use disorders; and maintain information about clinic patients as well as in the implementation and calculation of incentives based on the defined parameters. MIIS is secure, easy to use, and easy to implement. The user interface allows patient information and activities to be stored and can manage patient appointments and supply detailed reports about patient progress. Patients are automatically awarded draws as an incentive for attendance and abstinence. MIIS can be configured to select prizes and provide draws in varying escalation schedules that are sensitive to patient history of compliance and relapse. The software also maintains a record of prizes awarded to patients.

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This product has been combined with two other MI Blending Team Products, PAMI and MI:PRESTO to form a "Motivational Incentives (MI) Package." All three products are available on the PAMI web site: (Blending Team Product, PDF, English, 2011)

Keywords: Behavior therapy | Blending Team Products | Blending Team Product: MIIS | Clinician information | Contingency management (CM) | Dissemination | MIEDAR | Motivational incentives | Stimulant abuse | Training

Document No: 746

Submitted by the CTN Dissemination Librarians, 9/1/2011.

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Updated 9/2011 --
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