Axis Neuromonitoring elevates the service of Intraoperative Neuromonitoring for patients, surgeons, and hospital’s quality control managers.
We redefine what it means to be your partner with interventional neurophysiology.
We act to make improvements.
Are you ready to experience the Axis Neuromonitoring difference?
You hear the word “partner” a lot, but what does that mean to you? At Axis Neuromonitoring, partnership priorities start by sharing the concerns of the patient, the surgeon and the hospital’s quality control managers. We redefine being your partner by advancing research, promoting education, and supporting the hospital’s quality control, billing, and insurance functions. In the operating room, we deliver all that experience and focus for the patients, monitoring each one for hundreds of potentially avoidable complications.
These additional values come in addition to what surgeons, hospitals and patients expect: experienced technicians providing leading edge IONM service, exceptionally-credentialled oversight by world class experts and improved patient outcomes.
Here are some ways we address your concerns:
Surgeons are concerned with improved patient outcomes, excellent service, and skillful communication. We support that goal with interventional neurophysiology. Our business is neuromonitoring, our focus in the OR is the same as yours. These materials detail our work.
Our client’s C-Suite administrators find Axis business support as exceptional as our intraoperative neuromonitoring. Materials like these are helpful in clarifying how we can add value as your partner in neuromonitoring.
Axis promotes exceptional standards for neuromonitoring. These materials detail how we proceed with challenging cases and help our clients raise the standards of quality control.
Continuing education is a priority in medicine. Axis supports your organization’s commitment to expanding your knowledge of interventional neurophysiology.
Are you researching neuromonitoring because you are concerned about an upcoming surgery? Your medical care is the ultimate concern for us, as it is with the surgeons and facilities with whom we work. Here is some basic information about neuromonitoring.
We require 100 hours each year of continuing education for our clinical team.
As the credentialing coordinator, there are many times when the department is called upon to ensure a tech and reader are admitted to a hospital in order to assist a surgeon with a last-minute surgical case. By providing required documents in a timely manner, the patient benefits in the end by receiving the best possible care. This follows the Axis Mission Statement of ‘Patient First’.