Reduce costs while providing the gold standard of monitoring during long-term, ambulatory video EEG studies.
Ensuring the Quality of Video EEG Data
Our qualified EEG technologists are changing the way long-term VEEG studies are performed. And, we’re doing it while meeting crucial requirements and managing costs. With a remote team providing monitoring services, your hospital or healthcare facility can reduce administrative, training, and cost burdens—all while leading the way forward with innovative testing.
EEG Monitoring Services & Solutions
Stratus offers innovative and flexible monitoring services to meet healthcare provider needs, such as after-hours or weekend monitoring and support during holidays or vacations. We ensure an intermittent monitoring patient-to-technologist ratio of no greater than 12:1 in order to ensure we are meeting CPT code requirements.
For years, healthcare facilities have relied on inpatient EEG monitoring with high staffing and cost burdens. With a 4:1 patient-to-technologist ratio, Stratus can provide continuous EEG monitoring as a service, changing the way you diagnose patients and collect data.
Meet new CPT code requirements using Stratus’ innovative hardware and software bundles with monitoring features. You can purchase each independently or in conjunction with our monitoring services for a low monthly fee. Physicians can securely review data from any location at any time.
Stratus Provides In-Home Services for 3 out of the Top 5 Rated Children’s Hospitals in the U.S.*
*As rated by U.S. News & World Reports Best Children’s Hospitals 2020-2021 Honor Roll
Higher Quality Results. Reduced Repeat Testing.
92% of patients had their first event recorded within 72 hours, compared to 64% at 24 hours. 3
A retrospective review of approximately 10,000 showed only 0.3% of in-home VEEGs monitored with intermittent monitoring were eliminated from assessment due to excessive artifact. 5
3 Slater JD, Eaddy M, Butts CM, Meltser I, Murty S. The real-world economic impact of home-based video electroencephalography: the payer perspective. J Med Econ. 2019; 22(10): 1030-1040. Doi: 10.1080/13696998.2019.1636382
5Syed TU, LaFrance WC, Loddenkemper T, Benbadis S, Slater JD, El-Atrache R., et al. Outcome of ambulatory video-EEG monitoring in a ~10,000 patient nationwide cohort. Seizure. 2019; 66: 104-111. doi:10.1016/j.seizure.2019.01.018.
3Slater JD, Eaddy M, Butts CM, Meltser I, Murty S. The real-world economic impact of home-based video electroencephalography: the payer perspective. J Med Econ. 2019; 22(10): 1030-1040. Doi: 10.1080/13696998.2019.1636382
Let’s Lead the Way Forward, Together
Contact Stratus for more information on monitoring solutions.