Real-time Physician Oversight
SpecialtyCare is proud to work with the largest practice of neurologists in the world dedicated to intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) oversight.
OVER 100,000 IONM CASES ANUALLY
SpecialtyCare is proud to work with the largest practice of neurologists in the world dedicated to intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) oversight. These physicians lend expert eyes to a team of 500 surgical neurophysiologists during 100,000 cases each year. With over 25 years of IONM experience and our position as the largest provider of IONM services in the nation, our customers can count on our clinical expertise to reduce risk, improve efficiency, and ensure patient safety.
SpecialtyCare delivers patient-centered care in hospitals across the country. A team of highly regarded neurologists play a critical role in each case, offering an extra set of expert eyes to identify changes in brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerve function prior to irreversible damage. Through online access, interventions can be implemented quickly to avoid or mitigate long-term neural deficit. SpecialtyCare is dedicated to patient safety and we continue to stay ahead of the curve in finding ways to reduce patient risk and improve surgeon satisfaction.
Innovation in the OR
At SpecialtyCare, we are always looking for ways to improve our services and stay current with trending technology. We believe that thinking outside the box in terms of traditional healthcare goes a long way in improving patient outcomes, maximizing efficiency, and saving money. This forward thinking also allows us to offer unique employment opportunities for neurologists. In traditional OR settings, the only way for a physician to take part in surgery was to be physically present in the OR. Now, with advanced in technology and live monitoring capabilities, our physicians are overseeing IONM cases from the comfort of their own home.
Working with SpecialtyCare
SpecialtyCare is growing and we would like you to grow with us. There are many appealing benefits to remote monitoring of cases, whether you are a physician early in their practice, one looking for a mid-career change, or perhaps one that is retired and looking to supplement income. We are available any time to share the results we have seen from remote neuromonitoring.
Listen to our IONM Podcast
Scrubbing In, powered by SpecialtyCare, is a medical podcast about innovation in the OR. In these discussions, we will be speaking to industry leaders in IONM and those making a positive impact on health care, in the operating room, and in the IONM industry. This medical podcast is designed to reach all of those within the medical field specifically those in the OR, including; surgeons, nurses, perfusionists, surgical assistants, hospital management, neurophysiologists, supply chain associates, medical researchers, and all those that assist in making surgery safe and successful.
Working for SpecialtyCare has many advantages:
With no commute, comes no travel-related expenses. In addition to earning a neurologist’s salary, we will supply you with the tools you need to succeed in your home. Our goal is to eliminate some of the typical everyday stressors related to life in the OR and provide everything at your fingertips.
Hassle-free HR and Billing
How many hours of a physician’s week are dedicated to billing hassles and other documentation? How many hours are spent finding new talent to join your team? Take in a sigh of relief. In this role, we want you focused on what you do best – high quality patient care. You’ll experience a significant reduction in documentation. SpecialtyCare takes care of all of the hiring, benefits, patient billing and more. You will not be responsible for a staff, just the patient on your watch.
We’re letting doctors be doctors – Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, National Medical Director
Unparalleled Data Collection and Medical Research
In addition, to these perks, you’ll be working for a company that is a leader in IONM research and data, through SCOPE, SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry™, the largest multi-institutional database of its kind. Critical data from each case is fed into SCOPE each day to arm our medical department with the information they need to analyze, conduct research, and produce papers that help improve patient outcomes. There are incredible opportunities for our neurologists to be part of landmark research in the field that changes the future of IONM. Our medical team is widely published in peer-reviewed journals. Our VP, Quality, Bryan Wilent, presented co-authored research at the annual meeting of the North American Spine Society (NASS), and received “Best Paper” 2018. Read the abstract.
If you have a passion for clinical neurophysiology and for patient care and are intrigued by this position and the new lifestyle it can afford, we’d like to talk to you. SpecialtyCare is a people company. Everything we do begins and ends with our people; therefore, we invest in them. Our neurologists add tremendous value to our OR team and we look forward to growing this position in our IONM division.
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