Leaders in Remote EEG Monitoring
Whether you’re a large hospital or small private practice, CortiCare offers cost-effective, remote brain monitoring, and diagnostic services. Use our services for full-time EEG monitoring or gap coverage when needed. We provide both continuous and intermittent remote monitoring to meet your requirements.
CortiCare pioneered the ability to provide remote seizure monitoring in the ICU, NICU, ED, and EMU. With over 190 ABRET Registered Technologists (many with CLTM), we are dedicated to improving patient care through real-time brain wave monitoring and communication with our client staff.
From adding new services to expanding current services, CortiCare delivers.
We know not every hospital is alike. That’s why we can partner with your facility to meet your specific EEG monitoring needs. Whether it’s 24/7 monitoring or just nights, weekends, and holidays, we can fit your workflow gaps. When it comes to on-demand, you can expect a quick log-in response from one of our technologists – typically within 15 minutes of your request. Our flexible approach can also provide all the necessary EEG monitoring equipment or simply work with your facility’s current brand or system.
CortiCare is a national provider for Ambulatory EEG studies in the home or physician’s office. This includes the delivery of Routine EEG studies when needed.
- Critical Care EEG Monitoring
- LTEM in the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit
- Ambulatory Video-EEG and Routine EEG
- EEG Monitoring for Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials
- EEG Reading and Consultation through our Neurophysiologist Network™
EEG Monitoring FAQs
At CortiCare, we’ve worked hard to make remote EEG monitoring a simple process. Here are a few commonly asked questions.
What do we need to get started?
Once our service contract is completed and signed, we can get started. We can use your EEG systems (any brand) or we can provide systems if needed.
When are the technologists available and where are they located?
Our Registered EEG Technologists are located throughout the U.S. and are available on-call for any amount of monitoring time. Our staff typically remotely connect to your EEG system to monitor your patient within 30 minutes of your call to CortiCare.
How does CortiCare connect to our EEG system? What if the connection is lost?
CortiCare uses several highly secure and sophisticated HIPAA-compliant interface software packages. The technology allows point-to-point remote seizure monitoring over an internet connection. We work closely with your IT department to obtain approvals and test the best solution. If the connection is lost, the EEG system will continue recording, and our technologist will review any data not monitored once reconnected. No patient data is ever lost on the EEG system.
Who can remotely connect to the EEG system?
The CortiCare EEG monitoring technologist, the reading neurologist, and any authorized hospital clinician can view the patient data on the EEG system at the same time. Our technologists monitor several patients simultaneously and handle remote connections with physicians.
What happens when a potential seizure is monitored?
The tech will immediately call the reading neurologist, inform them of the findings, and ask if they want to connect to see the patient data for further interpretations and recommendations.
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EEG Reading and Consulting
From the ICU and NICU to the ED and EMU, CortiCare offers the only nationwide network of remote EEG reading services, including long-term, STAT, and routine studies.