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  • Analyst, User Services

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: San Antonio Territory - 100 Military Plaza San Antonio, Texas 78231 United States

    About MPOWERHealth:

     

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives

     

     

    The IT Support Specialist provides end-user support for technical issues and supports the IT Infrastructure/Systems.

    • Overview

      About MPOWERHealth:

       

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives

       

       

      The IT Support Specialist provides end-user support for technical issues and supports the IT Infrastructure/Systems.

    • Qualifications
      • Office 365 Administration
      • Microsoft Office Experience
      • Active Directory Experience
      • Exchange Server/ Exchange Online Experience
      • Networking – Router, Switch, Firewall, AP Etc. Experience Preferred
      • Mobile Device Management Experience
      • AV Equipment/Video Conferencing Solutions Experience
      • Experience with Windows OS, MAC OS, iOS, Android 
      • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
      • Minimum 1-year experience in a similar role
      • Strong customer service and troubleshooting skills
      • Ability to communicate technical information, both verbal and written, to a wide range of end-users
    • Responsibilities
      • Provide technical support for servers, workstations, applications, desk phones, mobile devices, printers, A/V equipment, and other IT-related systems
      • Create and manage user accounts and access
      • Perform Office 365 and network administration
      • Assist in IT Asset Management to ensure accurate inventory records
      • Open and track tickets, prioritize, follow up on service requests, and escalate as necessary
      • Create knowledge base articles, checklists, procedures, and end-user training
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Laguna Beach - 31872 Coast Hwy Laguna Beach, California 92651 United States Orange County,

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: San Clemente - 675 Camino de Los Mares San Clemente, California 92673 United States Orange County,

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Irvine - 16405 Sand Canyon Ave Irvine, California 92618 United States Orange County,

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Newport Beach - 520 Superior Ave #205 Newport Beach, California 92663 United States Orange County,

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Long Beach Territory - Long Beach, California United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • BI Developer

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Corporate - Dallas - 5080 Spectrum Drive, Ste 1100E Addison, Texas 75001 United States

    About MPOWERHealth:

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives

     

    The Business Intelligence Developer has responsibilities for presenting MPOWERHealth data in ways that facilitate actionable insights into EHR, PM, payor, lab, quality, and other data sources.  This role requires an a solid understanding of healthcare data as well as a strong foundation in healthcare analytics.  Additionally, excellent communication skills, business acumen, and problem-solving aptitude are critical for success in this role. 

    • Overview

      About MPOWERHealth:

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives

       

      The Business Intelligence Developer has responsibilities for presenting MPOWERHealth data in ways that facilitate actionable insights into EHR, PM, payor, lab, quality, and other data sources.  This role requires an a solid understanding of healthcare data as well as a strong foundation in healthcare analytics.  Additionally, excellent communication skills, business acumen, and problem-solving aptitude are critical for success in this role. 

    • Qualifications
      • Experience with SQL and stored procedures in an MS SQL Server environment 
      • Experience with MS POWER BI  
      • Experience with MS POWER BI Server 
      • Experience with KPI, OKR, scorecard, and dashboard development 
      • Experience with drill down, drill through, advanced filtering, and other BI techniques 
      • Experience with translating business needs into technical specifications 
      • Ability to provide the right visual for the right data 
      • Ability to use data to identify business opportunity and present findings 
      • Ability to create both custom analysis as well as templated BI solutions 

       

       

      Preferred Skills 

      • Proficient with MS Office especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 
      • Familiar with MS Project, Azure DevOps, Jira, Monday or similar project management tools 
      • Familiar with EHR, EMR, PM, and/or other common physician practice software 
      • Experience with MS SSAS, OLAP, cubes, and similar technologies 
    • Responsibilities
      • 1+ years of experience as a Business Intelligence Developer 
      • 1+ years of experience in the healthcare industry 
      • 1+ years of experience in a MSO, PPO, IPA, healthcare solutions provider, or similar 
      • 1+ years working with EHR, PM, payor, lab, quality, and other healthcare data sources 
      • 1+ years of designing, building, and maintaining Business Intelligence solutions 
      • Demonstrated ability to prioritize work in a logical manner to meet company goals and objectives 
      • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines with quality deliverables 
      • Demonstrated ability to communicate progress across projects and levels within the company 
      • Bachelor’s degree or higher 
      • Additional training or certifications helpful 
  • Associate Technician

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Indiana Territory - 840 S Calhoun Street Fort Wayne, Indiana 46801 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

       

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs the preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Patient Consultation

      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.

      IOM Equipment Setup

      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information.
      • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.

      Intraoperative Monitoring

      • During surgery, interacts with surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.

      Documentation

      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established MPOWERHealth IOM Clinical Protocols and Guidelines.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.

      Additional Duties

      • If workload allows, attend scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • Associate Technician

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Ohio Territory - 90 W Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43215 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

       

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs the preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Patient Consultation

      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.

      IOM Equipment Setup

      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information.
      • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.

      Intraoperative Monitoring

      • During surgery, interacts with surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.

      Documentation

      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established MPOWERHealth IOM Clinical Protocols and Guidelines.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.

      Additional Duties

      • If workload allows, attend scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • Associate Technician

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Shreveport Territory - Shreveport, Louisiana United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

       

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs the preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Patient Consultation

      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.

      IOM Equipment Setup

      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information.
      • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.

      Intraoperative Monitoring

      • During surgery, interacts with surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.

      Documentation

      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established MPOWERHealth IOM Clinical Protocols and Guidelines.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.

      Additional Duties

      • If workload allows, attend scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • Associate Technician

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: DFW Territory - 325 North St. Paul Street Dallas, Texas 75201 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

       

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs the preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Patient Consultation

      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.

      IOM Equipment Setup

      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information.
      • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.

      Intraoperative Monitoring

      • During surgery, interacts with surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.

      Documentation

      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established MPOWERHealth IOM Clinical Protocols and Guidelines.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.

      Additional Duties

      • If workload allows, attend scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • Associate Technician

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Long Beach Territory - Long Beach, California United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

       

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs the preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Patient Consultation

      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.

      IOM Equipment Setup

      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information.
      • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.

      Intraoperative Monitoring

      • During surgery, interacts with surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.

      Documentation

      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established MPOWERHealth IOM Clinical Protocols and Guidelines.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.

      Additional Duties

      • If workload allows, attend scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • Associate Technician

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Louisiana Territory - 6220 Florida Blvd Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70801 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

       

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs the preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      Patient Consultation

      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.

      IOM Equipment Setup

      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information.
      • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.

      Intraoperative Monitoring

      • During surgery, interacts with surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.

      Documentation

      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established MPOWERHealth IOM Clinical Protocols and Guidelines.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.

      Additional Duties

      • If workload allows, attend scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • Physician Assistant

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: San Antonio Territory - 100 Military Plaza San Antonio, Texas 78231 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Ability to lift, sit, stand, or squat
      • Constantly seeing, hearing, and speaking
      • Frequent lifting to 20+ lbs. in addition to bending, reaching, standing, walking, and kneeling
      • Frequent pre-op and post-op patient positioning

      IND123

    • Responsibilities
      • Must have experience working as a first assist.
      • The primary role is to perform first assist duties in surgery.
      • Confirm cases the evening before with the surgeon or facility.
      • Meet the patient in the preoperative area, explain your involvement in the surgery, answer any questions, and obtain all company required documentation and consents.
      • Communicate with the OR staff regarding surgeon preference and assist with patient positioning.
      • Be willing to work with all OR and facility staff members with the goal of starting the surgery on time and decreasing case turnover time.
      • Aid operating surgeon/facility staff with any pre-op preferences including but not limited to radiographic studies set-up, instrumentation set-up, and patient positioning
      • Provide quality surgical assisting to the surgeon which includes but is not limited to: learn surgeon’s preferences, learn surgeon’s operative steps, anticipate next steps, problem solve any challenges, communicate clearly with the surgeon and OR staff throughout the surgery, adapt to surgeon’s personality, and provide wound closure and dressings as instructed.
      • Assist in transitioning patient to stretcher, escort the patient to PACU, provide sign out to the PACU staff, and check dressings/drains prior to departure.
      • Maintain a high quality of clinical documentation and complete in a timely manner.
      • Assist with any clinical/management projects for the betterment of your territory/team which may include but is not limited to education, power point presentations, cross training, and auditing.
      • Willingness to expand current surgical expertise and learn how to assist on different specialties

      Education/Training:

      • Must have excellent computer skills, specifically MS Office, and EMR
      • Must be a graduate of an Accredited Master’s Degree program for Physician Assistant Studies for PAs, or a Master/Doctoral Degree Program in Nurse Practitioner Studies for NPs. Nurse Practitioners must have their CNOR or RNFA.
      • Must possess current state license where practicing and PAs must hold National Commissioned Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
      • At least one year of surgical experience required

      Preferred Skills:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Experience assisting in spine surgery (orthopedic or neuro) and orthopedic surgery
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to adapt to different personalities and needs.
      • Customer service-oriented mindset.
      • Able to function independently, autonomously, and confidently.
  • Physician Assistant

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Oklahoma Territory - 420 W Main Street Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Ability to lift, sit, stand, or squat
      • Constantly seeing, hearing, and speaking
      • Frequent lifting to 20+ lbs. in addition to bending, reaching, standing, walking, and kneeling
      • Frequent pre-op and post-op patient positioning

      IND123

    • Responsibilities
      • Must have experience working as a first assist.
      • The primary role is to perform first assist duties in surgery.
      • Confirm cases the evening before with the surgeon or facility.
      • Meet the patient in the preoperative area, explain your involvement in the surgery, answer any questions, and obtain all company required documentation and consents.
      • Communicate with the OR staff regarding surgeon preference and assist with patient positioning.
      • Be willing to work with all OR and facility staff members with the goal of starting the surgery on time and decreasing case turnover time.
      • Aid operating surgeon/facility staff with any pre-op preferences including but not limited to radiographic studies set-up, instrumentation set-up, and patient positioning
      • Provide quality surgical assisting to the surgeon which includes but is not limited to: learn surgeon’s preferences, learn surgeon’s operative steps, anticipate next steps, problem solve any challenges, communicate clearly with the surgeon and OR staff throughout the surgery, adapt to surgeon’s personality, and provide wound closure and dressings as instructed.
      • Assist in transitioning patient to stretcher, escort the patient to PACU, provide sign out to the PACU staff, and check dressings/drains prior to departure.
      • Maintain a high quality of clinical documentation and complete in a timely manner.
      • Assist with any clinical/management projects for the betterment of your territory/team which may include but is not limited to education, power point presentations, cross training, and auditing.
      • Willingness to expand current surgical expertise and learn how to assist on different specialties

      Education/Training:

      • Must have excellent computer skills, specifically MS Office, and EMR
      • Must be a graduate of an Accredited Master’s Degree program for Physician Assistant Studies for PAs, or a Master/Doctoral Degree Program in Nurse Practitioner Studies for NPs. Nurse Practitioners must have their CNOR or RNFA.
      • Must possess current state license where practicing and PAs must hold National Commissioned Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
      • At least one year of surgical experience required

      Preferred Skills:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Experience assisting in spine surgery (orthopedic or neuro) and orthopedic surgery
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to adapt to different personalities and needs.
      • Customer service-oriented mindset.
      • Able to function independently, autonomously, and confidently.
  • Physician Assistant

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Houston Territory - 800 W Sam Houston Parkway North Houston, Texas 77002 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Ability to lift, sit, stand, or squat
      • Constantly seeing, hearing, and speaking
      • Frequent lifting to 20+ lbs. in addition to bending, reaching, standing, walking, and kneeling
      • Frequent pre-op and post-op patient positioning

      IND123

    • Responsibilities
      • Must have experience working as a first assist.
      • The primary role is to perform first assist duties in surgery.
      • Confirm cases the evening before with the surgeon or facility.
      • Meet the patient in the preoperative area, explain your involvement in the surgery, answer any questions, and obtain all company required documentation and consents.
      • Communicate with the OR staff regarding surgeon preference and assist with patient positioning.
      • Be willing to work with all OR and facility staff members with the goal of starting the surgery on time and decreasing case turnover time.
      • Aid operating surgeon/facility staff with any pre-op preferences including but not limited to radiographic studies set-up, instrumentation set-up, and patient positioning
      • Provide quality surgical assisting to the surgeon which includes but is not limited to: learn surgeon’s preferences, learn surgeon’s operative steps, anticipate next steps, problem solve any challenges, communicate clearly with the surgeon and OR staff throughout the surgery, adapt to surgeon’s personality, and provide wound closure and dressings as instructed.
      • Assist in transitioning patient to stretcher, escort the patient to PACU, provide sign out to the PACU staff, and check dressings/drains prior to departure.
      • Maintain a high quality of clinical documentation and complete in a timely manner.
      • Assist with any clinical/management projects for the betterment of your territory/team which may include but is not limited to education, power point presentations, cross training, and auditing.
      • Willingness to expand current surgical expertise and learn how to assist on different specialties

      Education/Training:

      • Must have excellent computer skills, specifically MS Office, and EMR
      • Must be a graduate of an Accredited Master’s Degree program for Physician Assistant Studies for PAs, or a Master/Doctoral Degree Program in Nurse Practitioner Studies for NPs. Nurse Practitioners must have their CNOR or RNFA.
      • Must possess current state license where practicing and PAs must hold National Commissioned Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
      • At least one year of surgical experience required

      Preferred Skills:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Experience assisting in spine surgery (orthopedic or neuro) and orthopedic surgery
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to adapt to different personalities and needs.
      • Customer service-oriented mindset.
      • Able to function independently, autonomously, and confidently.
  • Physician Assistant

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: DFW Territory - 325 North St. Paul Street Dallas, Texas 75201 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Ability to lift, sit, stand, or squat
      • Constantly seeing, hearing, and speaking
      • Frequent lifting to 20+ lbs. in addition to bending, reaching, standing, walking, and kneeling
      • Frequent pre-op and post-op patient positioning

      IND123

    • Responsibilities
      • Must have experience working as a first assist.
      • The primary role is to perform first assist duties in surgery.
      • Confirm cases the evening before with the surgeon or facility.
      • Meet the patient in the preoperative area, explain your involvement in the surgery, answer any questions, and obtain all company required documentation and consents.
      • Communicate with the OR staff regarding surgeon preference and assist with patient positioning.
      • Be willing to work with all OR and facility staff members with the goal of starting the surgery on time and decreasing case turnover time.
      • Aid operating surgeon/facility staff with any pre-op preferences including but not limited to radiographic studies set-up, instrumentation set-up, and patient positioning
      • Provide quality surgical assisting to the surgeon which includes but is not limited to: learn surgeon’s preferences, learn surgeon’s operative steps, anticipate next steps, problem solve any challenges, communicate clearly with the surgeon and OR staff throughout the surgery, adapt to surgeon’s personality, and provide wound closure and dressings as instructed.
      • Assist in transitioning patient to stretcher, escort the patient to PACU, provide sign out to the PACU staff, and check dressings/drains prior to departure.
      • Maintain a high quality of clinical documentation and complete in a timely manner.
      • Assist with any clinical/management projects for the betterment of your territory/team which may include but is not limited to education, power point presentations, cross training, and auditing.
      • Willingness to expand current surgical expertise and learn how to assist on different specialties

      Education/Training:

      • Must have excellent computer skills, specifically MS Office, and EMR
      • Must be a graduate of an Accredited Master’s Degree program for Physician Assistant Studies for PAs, or a Master/Doctoral Degree Program in Nurse Practitioner Studies for NPs. Nurse Practitioners must have their CNOR or RNFA.
      • Must possess current state license where practicing and PAs must hold National Commissioned Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
      • At least one year of surgical experience required

      Preferred Skills:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Experience assisting in spine surgery (orthopedic or neuro) and orthopedic surgery
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to adapt to different personalities and needs.
      • Customer service-oriented mindset.
      • Able to function independently, autonomously, and confidently.
  • Physician Assistant

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Austin Territory - 301 W Second Street Austin, Texas 78701 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Ability to lift, sit, stand, or squat
      • Constantly seeing, hearing, and speaking
      • Frequent lifting to 20+ lbs. in addition to bending, reaching, standing, walking, and kneeling
      • Frequent pre-op and post-op patient positioning

      IND123

    • Responsibilities
      • Must have experience working as a first assist.
      • The primary role is to perform first assist duties in surgery.
      • Confirm cases the evening before with the surgeon or facility.
      • Meet the patient in the preoperative area, explain your involvement in the surgery, answer any questions, and obtain all company required documentation and consents.
      • Communicate with the OR staff regarding surgeon preference and assist with patient positioning.
      • Be willing to work with all OR and facility staff members with the goal of starting the surgery on time and decreasing case turnover time.
      • Aid operating surgeon/facility staff with any pre-op preferences including but not limited to radiographic studies set-up, instrumentation set-up, and patient positioning
      • Provide quality surgical assisting to the surgeon which includes but is not limited to: learn surgeon’s preferences, learn surgeon’s operative steps, anticipate next steps, problem solve any challenges, communicate clearly with the surgeon and OR staff throughout the surgery, adapt to surgeon’s personality, and provide wound closure and dressings as instructed.
      • Assist in transitioning patient to stretcher, escort the patient to PACU, provide sign out to the PACU staff, and check dressings/drains prior to departure.
      • Maintain a high quality of clinical documentation and complete in a timely manner.
      • Assist with any clinical/management projects for the betterment of your territory/team which may include but is not limited to education, power point presentations, cross training, and auditing.
      • Willingness to expand current surgical expertise and learn how to assist on different specialties

      Education/Training:

      • Must have excellent computer skills, specifically MS Office, and EMR
      • Must be a graduate of an Accredited Master’s Degree program for Physician Assistant Studies for PAs, or a Master/Doctoral Degree Program in Nurse Practitioner Studies for NPs. Nurse Practitioners must have their CNOR or RNFA.
      • Must possess current state license where practicing and PAs must hold National Commissioned Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
      • At least one year of surgical experience required

      Preferred Skills:

      Able to perform all essential duties with or without accommodations, including but not limited to:

      • Experience assisting in spine surgery (orthopedic or neuro) and orthopedic surgery
      • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
      • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to adapt to different personalities and needs.
      • Customer service-oriented mindset.
      • Able to function independently, autonomously, and confidently.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Pennsylvania Territory - Harrisburg, Pennsylvania United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Shreveport Territory - Shreveport, Louisiana United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Virginia Territory - 10455 Armstrong Street Fairfax, Virginia 22030 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: San Antonio Territory - 100 Military Plaza San Antonio, Texas 78231 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Oklahoma Territory - 420 W Main Street Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Ohio Territory - 90 W Broad Street Columbus, Ohio 43215 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.
  • IOM Technologist

    Recruiter: Cathryn Ragland Location: Minnesota Territory - 101 E Center Street Rochester, Minnesota 55901 United States

    For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

     

    Benefits:

    • Multiple medical plan options 
    • Health Savings Account with company contributions
    • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
    • 401k with Company match
    • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
    • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Overview

      For over a decade, MPOWERHealth has supported the independent musculoskeletal physician with best-in-class clinical services, back-office solutions, and advanced technology. We pride ourselves on being a partner that offers foresight to customers. We simplify what’s complex, and we help them find a better way. Our best-in-class analytics coupled with industry-leading expertise make MPOWERHealth the company our customers can rely on no matter what lies ahead.

       

      Benefits:

      • Multiple medical plan options 
      • Health Savings Account with company contributions
      • Dental & vision coverage for you and your dependents
      • 401k with Company match
      • Vacation, sick time & Company paid holidays
      • Company wellbeing program with health insurance incentives
    • Qualifications

      KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

      1. Knowledge of anatomy, physiology, neuroanatomy, pathologic processes, and aseptic techniques.
      2. Knowledge of procedures followed in conducting electrophysiological tests and examinations on patients.
      3. Knowledge of electrophysiological equipment used in performing tests on patients.
      4. Ability to analyze various electronic and neurophysiologic waveforms.
      5. Interpersonal communication skills necessary to interact with medical staff, patients, visitors, and other hospital employees.
      6. Ability to stand, turn and stoop among several types of equipment in an operating room suite.
      7. Ability to apply different types of electrodes to a patient’s anatomy with precision and speed in preparation for monitoring a surgical procedure.
      8. Ability to sit for extended periods of time, while concentrating on monitoring computer screen images during a surgical procedure.

      WORKING CONDITIONS:

      1. Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed.
      2. The use of protective clothing such as surgical clothing, gloves, glasses, and masks (PPE).
      3. Work requires lifting supplies, pushing, or carrying bulky pieces of equipment.
      4. Occasional/frequent travel by motor vehicle and/or air transportation to healthcare facilities located in both urban and rural areas.
      5. Variable work schedules that may change from week to week, depending on caseload, surgeon’s availability, creating situations that may require minimal notice to be available for a case.
      6. Will require cell phone availability for scheduled “on-call time” during weekends to cover add-on, elective, or emergency cases.
      7. Usually working independently of other Technologists.
      8. Physical demands would include lifting and transporting 40-45lbs of monitoring equipment to each facility utilizing proper lifting techniques.

      REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:

      1. Receives general direction for case assignments and workweek scheduling from the Director of Operations and Operations Manager.
      2. If appropriate, provides mentoring and tutorial guidance to IOM Technologist Trainees.
      3. Does not supervise other IOM Technologists.

      LICENSURE, REGISTRATION, OR PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION:

      1. Preferred Certification by ABRET i.e. CNIM, REEGT, or REPT or will train to become board eligible.
      2. Must hold a valid driver’s license.
      3. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or higher (i.e. Masters, Ph.D., MD).
      4. Must have current AHA CPR certification.

      IND123

    • Responsibilities

      Under the supervision of the clinical manager, performs a preoperative assessment of the patient, conducts intraoperative sensory and motor tests using currently accepted electrophysiological techniques. Compiles real-time collection and interpretation of data and completes post-operative reports and billing forms. The purpose of this testing is to reduce the incidence of stroke, paresthesia, impotence, incontinence, and paralysis as a post-operative surgical outcome.

      PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

      1. Patient Consultation
      • Explains test procedures so they are understandable to the patient and any family members that are present.
      • Measures and accurately applies to recording electrodes in a timely manner, according to the international 10-20 Electrode Placement System.
      1. IOM Equipment Setup
      • Calibrates, evaluates, and adjusts equipment, optimizing recording and stimulation parameters, to acquire salient data and information.
      • Implements appropriate troubleshooting methods, such as adjusting stimulation, to assure accurate recording of information. • Keeps equipment clean and in proper working order, reporting technical malfunctions to supervisor and/or manufacturer.
      1. Intraoperative Monitoring
      • During surgery, interacts with the surgical team and surgeons to provide interpretive data regarding the patient’s neurological status.
      • Identifies and eliminates physiological and non-physiological artifacts.
      • Recognizes normal patterns, normal variants, and abnormal patterns; understands the medical and pharmacological/anesthetic conditions that influence all recording IOM modalities (e.g., EP, BAER, MEP, Etc.); understands the clinical correlations between abnormal evoked potentials and various disease states.
      1. Documentation
      • Displays, prints, and labels waveforms to hard copy for interpretation marking, measuring, and calculating information such as latencies, voltages, and conduction times following established National Neuromonitoring Services guidelines and protocols.
      • Accurately documents significant events and stages of surgery in a timely manner complete all IOM logs, files, and work/technical sheet, including a technical description of the IOM modality recorded, with emphasis on the clinical observations in order to assist the neurologists and/or designated MD with the final interpretation.
      1. Additional Duties
      • Following the completion of training, assists new IOM technologists
      • If workload allows, attends scientific courses and seminars for continuing education.
      • Performs additional duties as assigned by the Clinical Manager or Corporate staff.