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Accurate Neuromonitoring
700 US 46 EAST, Suite #420
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Phone: (973) 882-3456
FAX: (973) 882-3450
E-Mail: info@accuratemonitoring.com

Accurate Monitoring, LLC

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Accurate Neuromonitoring is a Joint Commission accredited, exclusive provider of Intraoperative Neuromonitoring. Our employees are united in a common mission and vision, with shared values that will allow us to achieve our goal of being recognized as a superior quality intraoperative Neuromonitoring company. Our employees are our greatest asset and we are totally committed to empowering each member of our team to perform to the best of her or his ability. The dedication that we have to our employees has rewarded us with longevity, and allowed us to establish a core group of experienced professionals who provide outstanding service, every single day.
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"Joining the Accurate Neuromonitoring family was the best career decision I've ever made.  It’s been an excellent experience from the very start and I'm forever grateful to be surrounded by such a devoted team of professionals.  I’m constantly learning and making myself more and more valuable in the field of IOM.  So, whether you want to further yourself in the field or are just starting out in IOMN, I can say without reservation that Accurate Neuromonitoring is a great choice."
 
Todd Wassmer, DC, CNIM
Technologist New York City Team Leader
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"I finished my training in 2009 and within months, I started working for Accurate Neuromonitoring. I’ve been here for seven years now and can’t see myself working anywhere else.  I’m part of a team that really cares about patient outcomes, surgeon satisfaction and employee happiness. Based on these core values, I’ve witnessed an enormous amount of company growth.  To be honest, working for Accurate Neuromonitoring has been a true blessing."
 
Marcos Cruz, MD
Oversight Physician Medical Director
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"Accurate Neuromonitoring has been very flexible with my work schedule and I really enjoy the work/life balance. I couldn’t be happier coming to work every day. It feels like a real family. Everyone is super friendly, kind and all-inclusive. I’ve never worked for a company this great and I hope to stay for many years to come."
 
Tana T. Dupree
Office Staff Billing Specialist

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"My fellowship training has led me into a neurosurgical practice that focuses on spinal deformities, spinal tumor surgery and spinal reconstruction. Intraoperative monitoring plays a vital role during these challenging and complex procedures, and I know that I can trust the staff of Accurate Neuromonitoring to give me reliable and useful information."
Marc S. Arginteanu, M.D.
Metropolitan Neurosurgery Associates
Associate Clinical Professor, Neurosurgery
The Mount Sinai Medical Center

"Accurate Neuromonitoring has partnered with our facility to provide our patients and surgeons with a highly competent and cost-effective service that meets all of our NIOM needs."
Amy Smith
VP of Perioperative Services Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

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For Patients
What is IONM?
Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) simply is the observation of your nerve function during your surgical procedure. Any nerve signal deviations are reported immediately, allowing your surgeon to incorporate this information into his or her decision-making process.
IONM is performed by a trained and certified technologist using state-of-the-art computerized equipment specifically designed to perform nerve monitoring. Tiny, non-invasive electrodes are placed over nerve and/or muscle areas of your body and then connected to the IONM equipment. The computer gently stimulates the nerves in one area of your body and records the signals that are generated in another area, continuously telling your monitorist and your surgeon how fast your nerves are carrying signals and how strong those signals are during the course of your procedure.
Why is my surgeon requesting IONM?
IONM has already been used for years during many types of surgical procedures. Today, the use of IONM is so widespread that it is becoming the standard of care for many surgeries. Your surgeon may request that it be performed during your procedure for a variety of reasons. The data we gather may be utilized by the surgical team for reasons such as: finding the optimum position for your body to rest in during surgery; identifying and/or testing the functionality of particular neurological structures; and ensuring that you achieve the best possible results from your surgery, to name a few. You should discuss any concerns that you may have with your surgeon.
Are there any risks?
IONM is a painless, non-invasive procedure with little to no risk. The specific type of monitoring that your surgeon chooses to use will determine what risks, if any, exist. The incidence of such risks has been reported to be EXTREMELY LOW. However, as with any procedure, the risks versus the benefits must be carefully considered. You should discuss any concerns that you may have with your surgeon.
Will my insurance cover this?
Because your surgeon has deemed IONM to be a necessary component of your surgery, these fees will be submitted to your health insurance carrier. In some circumstances, the hospital may have a contractual obligation to pay for this service. All IONM services will be billed out of network with the exception of the following carriers: Viant, Department of Labor, Multiplan, Medicare, ACPN.  For more information or pricing of services, please contact our billing office at 973.882.3456.
What can I expect on the day of my surgery?
Prior to your surgery, you will be introduced to your Accurate Neuromonitoring technologist in the operating room holding area. There, he or she will answer any questions you may have before asking you to sign a consent for our services. He or she will then place tiny, non-invasive electrodes on the surface of your skin over nerves and/or muscles that will be monitored during the surgical procedure. Usually, monitoring of the selected nerves and muscle areas begins shortly after you are anesthetized and data is collected virtually continuously throughout the duration of the surgery. Your surgeon will incorporate the data we collect into his or her decision-making process. Monitoring is concluded when we are dismissed by your surgeon, which is usually shortly before you ‘wake-up’ from anesthesia.
How can I learn more about my surgical procedure?
As part of your healthcare team, Accurate Neuromonitoring is dedicated to providing all our patients and their families with a level of professionalism that exceeds the industry standard. Your privacy, dignity and, most importantly, your care, are our utmost concern. You can rest assured that your surgeon has chosen Accurate Neuromonitoring to perform your IONM monitoring during your procedure, an industry leader featuring years of clinical and operating room experience, monitoring many complex and high-risk procedures. No matter how complex or seemingly routine a surgery may be, we monitor every patient with the same level of diligence and concern as if it were one of our own family members. To help you further understand your procedure, click here to view free videos and access information that may help you and your loved ones prepare for surgery and the recovery process.
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"My fellowship training has led me into a neurosurgical practice that focuses on spinal deformities, spinal tumor surgery and spinal reconstruction. Intraoperative monitoring plays a vital role during these challenging and complex procedures, and I know that I can trust the staff of Accurate Neuromonitoring to give me reliable and useful information."
Marc S. Arginteanu, M.D.
Metropolitan Neurosurgery Associates
Associate Clinical Professor, Neurosurgery
The Mount Sinai Medical Center

"Accurate Neuromonitoring provides a superior quality clinical service without any of the inconveniences that I have experienced with other groups. Their professionalism and dependability is unmatched."
Thomas Ragukonis, M.D.
Bergen Pain Management Clinical Assistant Professor UMDNJ,
Department of Anesthesiology

"Accurate Neuromonitoring has partnered with our facility to provide our patients and surgeons with a highly competent and cost-effective service that meets all of our NIOM needs."
Amy Smith
VP of Perioperative Services Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital





Why choose Accurate Neuromonitoring?
As IONM continues to emerge as a valuable, integral and cost-effective component of many common and complex surgical procedures, the standards, expectations and certifications of IONM industry professionals must continue to emerge with it. Accurate Neuromonitoring stands second to none in providing the experience, education and professionalism of our monitoring technologists. We are entirely committed to being recognized as the leader in IONM services by boasting highly-educated, experienced, certified monitoring technologists with access to state-of-the-art workstations and direct supervision by a qualified physician under the direction of a double board certified neurologist, conducting real-time remote monitoring; as well as real-time remote assistance by neurophysiologists with Diplomate status. Accurate Monitoring is leading the way by always remaining ahead of IONM industry trends. Hospitals and surgeons that work with Accurate Neuromonitoring can be assured that their patients are receiving healthcare services that meet or exceed the current standard of care.
Key benefits of partnering with Accurate Neuromonitoring
  • Joint Commission accreditation
  • Dependable scheduling 24/7/365
  • Rapid response time to emergencies
  • Competitive pricing
  • Better patient outcomes
  • Highly-qualified and cooperative monitoring team
  • CNIM certification mandate
  • Real-time supervision by qualified physicians
  • State-of-the-art equipment
Chief Financial Officers / Materials Management
As personnel responsible for making sound financial decisions affecting your medical facility, no doubt one of the primary issues you deal with regularly is controlling and reducing expenses without compromising patient care and safety. Price and cost savings are part of this equation, as well as product and service features, stability and of course, your Return on Investment (ROI). If you’re not already outsourcing your IONM services, you may be missing an opportunity to leverage significant value and cost savings. If you’re not already using Accurate Neuromonitoring as your IONM provider, we encourage you to contact us today and find out how Accurate Neuromonitoring can help you save money and improve patient care at the same time!
Risk Management / Compliance
Accurate Neuromonitoring treats every patient with the same level of diligence and concern as if it were one of our own family members – no matter how complex or seemingly routine a surgery may be. Always backed by a qualified physician under the direction of a double board certified neurologist, conducting real-time remote monitoring; as well as real-time remote assistance by neurophysiologists with Diplomate status, Accurate Neuromonitoring produces highly reliable monitoring featuring the highest level of patient safety that IONM can offer. At Accurate Neuromonitoring we equip our highly-educated, certified monitoring technologists with only the most leading-edge, state-of-the-art IONM workstations, resulting in the highest degree of reliability. At a minimum, all equipment receives annual preventative maintenance in order to further reduce the risk of equipment failure. If ever a malfunction were to occur however, backup equipment is readily and often immediately available , translating into a professional, seamless surgical procedure every time. Upon surgery completion, all patient data is immediately archived in multiple, secure, HIPAA-compliant locations, in the event retrieval is ever necessary. All clinical protocols are based upon industry standards and documented in a detailed policy and procedure manual, ensuring that every patient receives the proper standard of care. As the practice of IONM continues to surge, it’s become more important than ever to assure only the most qualified, experienced monitoring technologists are working alongside your facility’s surgical team. And, Accurate Neuromonitoring technologists are ALWAYS supervised by a qualified physician under the direction of a double board certified neurologist, conducting real-time remote monitoring; as well as real-time remote assistance by neurophysiologists with Diplomate status, providing the safety and protection you seek.
Surgical Services / O.R. Staff
At Accurate Neuromonitoring, we believe that monitoring technologists empowered with a clinical background communicate more effectively and efficiently with surgeons, anesthesiologists and hospital staff. Thus, we employ a reliable, geographically-placed team of highly-educated, certified technologists to support any and all of your surgical procedures. We value our monitoring technologists, providing ongoing training and certifications as needed to not merely perform but excel at their critical roles. As a result, our consistency of staff helps promote a quick and genuine familiarity, cultivating a high level of trust and professional rapport in the operating room. Always backed by a team of qualified physicians conducting real-time remote supervision, as well as real-time remote assistance by neurophysiologists with Diplomate status, Accurate Neuromonitoring produces highly reliable monitoring featuring the highest level of patient safety that IONM can offer.Our user-friendly online scheduling system provides you and your staff with a personal, private account featuring a dashboard tool that allows you to schedule and confirm all your IONM bookings, as well as access physician reports for your records. All bookings are followed up via our phone and email confirmation system, ensuring that we will always be there when needed. Emergencies and last-minute bookings are never a problem our rapid response team is strategically placed to support virtually every hospital, medical center and ambulatory surgical center in New York and New Jersey, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Accurate Neuromonitoring is ALWAYS available – your emergency is our emergency.



Accurate Monitoring, LLC delivers intraoperative neuromonitoring services for neuro-surgical, orthopedic, vascular, spine, brain, peripheral nerve, and ENT procedures, as well as other surgeries where neurological structures are at risk. Its services include somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEP), electromyography, brainstem auditory evoked potentials, phase reversal/cortical SSEP, D-wave, electroencephalography, transcranial motor evoked potentials, pedicle screw stimulations, cranial nerve monitoring, motor strip mapping, dorsal column mapping, and electrocorticography services. The company serves hospitals, surgery centers, and surgeons in New York and New Jersey. Accurate Monitoring, LLC...
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700 US 46 East
Suite #420
Fairfield, NJ 07004
United States
Founded in 2007
Phone:
973-882-3456
Fax:
973-882-3450
www.accuratemonitoring.com
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Services
We provide Intraoperative Neuromonitoring for a wide variety of neuro-surgical, orthopedic, vascular and ENT procedures in addition to other surgeries where neurological structures are at risk.
services_iconSPINE
Cervical/Thoracic/Lumbar Decompression / Fusion,Trauma, Spinal Cord Tumor Resection, Scoliosis
services_iconBRAIN
Acoustic Neuroma/Brainstem Tumor, Microvascular Decompression, Aneurysm Clipping, Brain Mapping, Facial Hemispasm.
services_iconPERIPHERAL NERVE
Brachial Plexus Exploration, Tumor Resection, Neurolysis
services_iconVASCULAR
Carotid Endarterectomy, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, Open Heart
services_iconENT
Thyroid/Parathyroidectomy, Neck Dissection, Parotidectomy
services_iconORTHOPEDICS
Hip Replacement/Resurfacing, Acetabular Fracture, Shoulder Reconstruction, Trauma
Our services include:
  • SSEP : Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
  • EMG : Electromyography
  • BAEP : Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials
  • Phase Reversal/Cortical SSEP
  • D-wave
  • EEG : Electroencephalography
  • TCeMEP : Transcranial Motor Evoked Potentials
  • Pedicle Screw Stimulations
  • Cranial Nerve Monitoring
  • Motor Strip Mapping
  • Dorsal Column Mapping
  • ECOG : Electrocorticography
Testimonial
"My fellowship training has led me into a neurosurgical practice that focuses on spinal deformities, spinal tumor surgery and spinal reconstruction. Intraoperative monitoring plays a vital role during these challenging and complex procedures, and I know that I can trust the staff of Accurate Neuromonitoring to give me reliable and useful information."
Marc S. Arginteanu, M.D.
Metropolitan Neurosurgery Associates
Associate Clinical Professor, Neurosurgery
The Mount Sinai Medical Center

"Accurate Neuromonitoring has partnered with our facility to provide our patients and surgeons with a highly competent and cost-effective service that meets all of our NIOM needs."
Amy Smith
VP of Perioperative Services Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital