Save Millions

There are eight million EMG/NCS studies performed each year at an average cost of 350 dollars.  Two million of those studies are poorly done.  One million dollars is wasted every year on poorly performed studies.

Our highly trained staff will identify those studies that don't meet accepted criteria.

For every poorly performed EMG/NCS study we identify, the payer potentially saves 350 dollars.  Additionally, payers will avoid the expense of unnecessary surgery and treatment.

Every year approximately 200,000 patients receive surgery they did not need because these tests were done improperly.  

The cost and suffering associated with unnecessary surgery is staggering.  We estimate that the indirect costs of poorly performed EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies exceeds $4 billion a year.