Patients and providers
NeuLine Health is dedicated to serving healthcare providers and their patients by:
- Partnering with physicians to offer best-in-class EEG testing services
- Employing Interpreting Neurologists to create custom test reports for our healthcare providers
- Contracting with qualified healthcare providers seeking to reap the clinical and financial upside of EEG testing through our CORE, Managed Services and EEG On-demand service programs
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When qualifying patients for EEG testing, the following diagnoses can confirm medical necessity:
|Abnormal involuntary movements||Memory loss/amnesia|
|Abnormal EEG (short-term test)||Post-traumatic seizures|
|Altered mental state||Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)|
|Concussions/head injury||Sleep disorders|
|Conversion disorder||Syncope and collapse (fainting)|
|Disorientation||Transient alteration of awareness|
Meeting Medical Necessity
In addition to the aforementioned list of diagnoses, the following statements are excellent for determining when EEG testing with video is medically necessary for your patients. Please note that documenting any of these statements within the patient’s medical record is a requirement for ordering the test.
EEG testing with video can help:
Differentiate epileptic events from psychogenic seizures.
Establish the first diagnosis of a seizure disorder.
Identify types of seizure activity.
Confirm a previous result of an EEG test without video.
Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES)
What is PNES?
Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) are episodic changes in behavior that resemble epileptic seizures but are not associated with abnormal brain electrical discharges.
These seizures are associated with underlying psychological stressors and are classified as a conversion disorder (Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder). In conversion disorders, psychological stressors and/or emotional conflicts are converted into or expressed as physical symptoms.
The gold standard for PNES diagnosis is obtaining ambulatory EEG with video (AEEG) monitoring and recording “typical” events that have no evidence of associated epileptiform discharges. These monitoring results are reviewed by a physician with expertise in epilepsy.
History of traumatic or adverse
History of psychiatric disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder and/or personality disorders
History of medically
Psychological adverse events