Frequently Asked Questions What is the EyeBOX concussion diagnostic test? The EyeBOX test is the first baseline-free, FDA cleared device for the aid in concussion diagnosis. The device collects 100,000 data points on pupil movements while the patient watches a short video and provides immediate results, known as the BOX score. What is the BOX score? The BOX score is a number between 0-20 that is based on cranialnerve function.Oculogica provides training on how to interpret the score in apotentially concussed patient. How long does the test take? The video stimulus is 220 seconds.Patient preparation time is minimal, and results are immediate.Time for practitioner interpretation of the EyeBOX report varies based on the patient’s situation. What is the sensitivity and specificity of the device for concussion? EyeBOX has published sensitivity of 80.4% and specificity of 86.3%.Publications are available on the publications page. Are there any risks/contraindications with watching the video? There are no contraindications to using EyeBOX. Who is eligible for an EyeBOX concussion test? Patient eligibility is ultimately determined by the examining practitioner.EyeBOX is FDA cleared for individuals between the ages of 5-67. Where is EyeBOX concussion test being used currently? The EyeBOX is used in both hospitals and clinics.It is used by a range of specialties including pediatrics, emergencymedicine, neurology, neurosurgery, pain medicine, physicalmedicine and rehabilitation, sports medicine, and orthopedics. Is EyeBOX concussion test a reimbursable test? Does it have a CPT Code? Yes, EyeBOX has a CPT code and is a reimbursable test for all payor types. Is EyeBOX concussion test portable? Yes, EyeBOX is highly portable! At 19 inches tall and 12 lbs. EyeBOX can be easily carried from room to room or to an offsite location. It’s Wi-Fi enabled, cloud-based and it’s rechargeable battery lasts up to 8 hours.