We are thrilled to announce that beginning May 21, 2022 Bryan Wilent, Vice President of Quality and Clinical Performance at SpecialtyCare, will serve as the incoming ASNM (American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring) President. The mission of ASNM is to promote education, quality, and standards for the profession of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM). We are proud to continue strong representation within this leading organization for the field of IONM.
“We are extremely honored and excited for Bryan as he begins his new position as President for ASNM,” said Christy Kisner, President of Neuro Services for SpecialtyCare. “It’s a direct reflection of his many years of dedication and leadership to the IONM field, and we look forward to experiencing the impact he makes alongside the ASNM Board of Directions in setting the standard for the highest level of patient care and paving the way for the future of our field.”
Bryan will join fellow member of the ASNM Board of Directors, Cheryl Wiggins and taskforce leader, Crissy Accordino.
Founded in 1990 to promote the interests of the specialty of neurophysiological monitoring, the Society continues to advance the industry by upholding their vision and mission through the board, committees, events, and valued members. To learn more and become a member, click here.
Upcoming Annual Meeting:
ASNM’s upcoming annual meeting will be held Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 22, 2022 in Clearwater Beach, FL. The conference offers dual tracks, debates between two experts, lightning round discussions, poster presentations, high-level plenary session speakers, a reception, an exhibit hall, and diverse networking opportunities. ASNM will offer the below breakdown of CEU’s, CME’s, and AAA (American Academy of Audiology) credits. “ASNM CEU’s are ABRET recognized for CNIM CEU’s toward exam eligibility and recertification.” Attendees have the opportunity to receive up to 20 CEU’s and 20 CME’s throughout the conference. “ASNM provides a unique opportunity to have a voice in one of the largest societies that supports the IONM profession,” said incoming ASNM President Bryan Wilent. “I am looking forward to connecting with and hearing from all ASNM members at the upcoming meeting in Florida and many additional gatherings and opportunities to come!”