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Congratulations are in Order…

Two more employees have just celebrated their 10-year work anniversary at Accurate Neuromonitoring – making for a total of six who have at least a decade of service to Accurate Neuromonitoring! Chuck Erd, DC, DABNM – Chuck started as a OR technician as part of the Central NJ team and has worked his way up … read more »

Accurate Neuromonitoring Sponsors Surgical Mission Trip To India

For the second year in a row, Accurate NeuroMonitoring sponsored the “Bal Shalya Kriya” Mission in Nagpur, India. The mission seeks to help children with severe deformities who cannot afford medical care. This year, Accurate NeuroMonitoring sent Marlee Davis, CNIM, along with neuromonitoring equipment and supplies, to the Shanta Spine Hospital to provide neuromonitoring services … read more »

Accurate Neuromonitoring Now Serves 11 States Based on Recent Acquisition of Surgical Insights

Accurate Neuromonitoring is pleased to announce its acquisition of Surgical Insights, an IONM company in the Mid-Atlantic Region that has been in business for nearly a decade. The company’s values and commitment to high quality patient care, extraordinary customer service and team-building make it a perfect fit for Accurate. Like us, Surgical Insights has a … read more »

Accurate Neuromonitoring Holds Annual Southeast Convention

Accurate Neuromonitoring held its Southeast Convention this year at the Omni Hotel at the Battery in Atlanta, Georgia October 19th-21st. With all Southeast employees in attendance, the full day of activities was both productive and informative. As part of the clinical staff’s five hours of continuing education, Dr. Chris Payne, a neurosurgical resident from Allegheny … read more »

A Common Sense Approach to Documentation in the Operating Room for the Neuromonitoring Professional

Medical documentation is a topic whose importance can never be emphasized enough. How to properly document is the subject of much debate and, in this paper, I will share insight based on almost 25 years in healthcare and nearly two decades in the field of Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM), spanning roles from technologist and manager to clinical director and, eventually, business owner. Throughout my career, I have frequently – and understandably – been asked to describe and defend our medical documentation protocols.