inRecovery allows researchers to use the platform to study outcomes of Therapy Paths. Giving them powerful analytics tools that provide detailed data about patients, their treatments, and outcomes — all while maintaining patient anonymity. For the first time in history, researchers will have access to millions of accurate records of addiction recovery. The implications of this are outstanding.
This will serve as a supplement to the traditional credit report and can be provided to lenders, landlords, schools and potential employers. It will also reduce the stigma associated with addiction by helping society better understand addiction and the efforts people make to stay sober.