SpecialtyCare IONM Research Recognized by ASNM

By May 16, 2017

Congratulations to SpecialtyCare’s VP of IONM Quality and Clinical Performance, Dr. W. Bryan Wilent, PhD, DABNM, on receipt of a scientific achievement award from the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring for best research poster at the annual ASNM meeting in Cleveland, Ohio, May 5-7, 2017.

The research on “Utilization of Multimodality Monitoring during Cerebrovascular Procedures: Relative Sensitivity, Specificity, and Odds Ratios for Motor Deficits” was co-authored by SpecialtyCare Senior Biostatistician, Eric Tesdahl, PhD, and Anthony K. Sestokas, PhD, DABNM, FASNM, SpecialtyCare’s Chief Clinical Officer, Intraoperative Neuromonitoring.  The findings are based on analysis of 1,786 intracranial vascular procedures in SCOPE™, the SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry.


About SpecialtyCare

More than 13,500 physicians at over 1,000 hospitals trust SpecialtyCare to help them achieve exceptional care outcomes, regulatory compliance, and financial results. With 2,000 associates supporting nearly 400,000 procedures annually, we maintain SCOPE, the SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry®, the largest allied health database in the United States. Our medical office team and statisticians mine these data, enabling us to uniquely identify standards, determine benchmarks, share best practices, and foster innovations that create increased medical and economic value for hospitals. We are accredited and certified by The Joint Commission. By developing expertise beyond industry requirements, our customers can be certain they have the best partner for clinical excellence in perfusion, autotransfusion, patient blood management, intraoperative neuromonitoring, deep brain stimulation, surgical assist, minimally invasive surgical support, and sterile processing consulting.