ASNM 2017: Honoring the Pioneers

By May 7, 2017

Congratulations to the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ASNM) on a terrific annual meeting, “Honoring the Pioneers:  40 Years of IOM,” which celebrated the first workshop on evoked potential monitoring and the leaders who paved the way for the founding of the Society. Many of our team members participated in the event and shared information and research with the attendees. We’d like to make special mention of Remote Neuromonitoring Physician, Matthew Eccher, MD, MS, FAAN, FACNS, who is one of several SpecialtyCare associates on the ASNM Board of Directors. Dr. Eccher served on this year’s planning committee and was instrumental in the success of the meeting. We applaud his ongoing commitment to patients through clinical education that advances the practice of IONM.

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