From our patient advocates to our technologists, billing experts, interpreting physicians, and support staff who handle every detail of surgery scheduling and setup, we specialize in neuromonitoring and are driven by integrity and accountability.
Joint Commission-accredited Assure Neuromonitoring is entirely dedicated to safeguarding patient’s quality of life after highly complex surgeries.
As the only publicly traded intraoperative neuromonitoring company, Nasdaq-listed Assure is an industry-leader in transparency, principled operations and commitment to ethical business standards.Contact us
What sets Assure apart from other neuromonitoring providers is the combination of utilizing the latest technology and employing the industry’s best trained technologists and interpreting physicians committed to helping surgeons minimize risk and deliver positive outcomes for their patients.
Assure believes strong partnerships with patient-focused medical professionals can improve healthcare. Our team of highly skilled, board-certified technologists are essential members of our surgeon’s operating room teams. Our commitment to building relationships, including pairing individual technologist’s with specific surgeons to foster trust and continuity, has made Assure the partner of choice for doctors and hospitals. The result is exceptional patient care and improved patient outcomes.Learn More
Assure recruits, invests in training and technology, and is committed to retaining the best technologists and interpreting physicians in the industry. Our mission-driven professionals are entirely committed to providing surgeon partners and hospitals with clinical excellence and our patients with enhanced safety.Learn More
Assure Neuromonitoring has been accredited by The Joint Commission in Ambulatory Healthcare. We are proud to be among the few company’s in IONM to earn this prestigious certification. The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® provides patients confidence in a healthcare organization’s quality and safety of care. The Joint Commission Accreditation requires participating healthcare organizations to have continuously updated plans, training, education, policies and procedures, objective performance measures and continuous improvement processes.