The financial implications depend on the medical facility/ hospital/ institution, doctor, geographical location etc. To get a rough estimate, you could contact a few hospitals in your geographical region.
Hope the information is helpful.
The difference is whether the neurologist is reading a routine EEG (post session analysis) or a stat EEG requiring on-call and possible "wet" reading availability. Our experience is we would pay the physician $100 for a Routine EEG with report generation post session and another $50 for on-call stat services. There is also cEEG to be considered. This requires the neurologist to be available if there are remarkable event. The R.EEG T CLTM technologist identifies the 'event' and notifies the neurologist who uses Neurotelemetry to view the EEG remotely and comment on the "event" for the attending physician. In this situation the physician is paid $200 for the monitoring session and report generation and an additional on-call fee (negotiable commensurate with services provided). I hope this gives you a general idea of the going rates.
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