Integrated Practice Resources, LLC, Announces Needle EMG Program To Coincide With Its Current NCV Protocol In Illinois

August 26, 2011

Integrated Practice Resources, LLC to Provide Illinois Medical Professionals
With On-Site Needle EMG, NCV And In-Office Electrodiagnostic (EDX) Testing.

Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) August 26, 2011

Eric Gliniecki, Chief Operating Officer, today announced in a continued effort to serve its clients and insurance company protocols, the launch of physician-directed Needle EMG along with NCVs for its in-office clientele in Illinois. Integrated Practice Resources, LLC, is the nationâs leading provider of complete on-site electrodiagnostic testing for medical professionals to greatly increase their patient care and maximize their practice earnings.

Leon Duany, Integrated Practice Resources Manager of Physician Services states, âœWe provide doctors with the opportunity to offer a convenient and significantly profitable ancillary service to patients within their own practice that is Stark compliant and much more convenient for the patient. We are excited to expand our Needle EMG/NCV program into Illinois. Needle EMG/NCV is the gold standard of testing and demanded by most major medical insurance companies doing business today.â

IPRâs physicians can now deliver the same high standard diagnostic testing using our state-of-the-art equipment that has only been available in hospitals and outside test facilities. Flexible scheduling options seamlessly integrate with a doctorâs practice and provide controlled patient care and operating efficiency that improves diagnostic accuracy, faster turnaround times and maximizes earnings.

In addition to offering Needle EMG/NCV, IPR provides Board-Certified and state licensed Neurologists and Radiologists to interpret the patient profile reports. Dr. Packard, Board-Certified Neurologist states, âœAlong with using the Needle EMG/NCV testing protocol, considered the gold standard, the interpretive reports completed by myself or my staff of doctors are comprehensive and can be used as objective documentation for insurance claims. Itâs also important to note that the major insurance companies consider Needle EMG/NCV the testing norm.â

âœCoverage and reimbursement policies vary, but diagnostic testing is covered by most insurers. IPR has an independent staff in place to assist with billing concerns and to verify patientsâ benefits prior to testing. In every case, clients can rely on expert reports from qualified neurologists and radiologists, as well as our use of the gold standard of testingâ”Needle EMG/NCVs.â -Eric Gliniecki, Integrated Practice Resources COO.

For information about how to start on-site diagnostic testing and maximize your practice earnings, contact a representative at 1-888-395-4007 or visit ipr-management.com


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