Brad Westcott

CortiCare

Brad Westcott is Founder and President of CortiCare. The company is the largest provider of remote EEG services in the US. The company now has 40 ABRET Registered EEG Technologists providing 24/7 EEG monitoring, and a team of Neurophysiologists providing remote reading including doctors from Harvard, Stanford, Rush and Emory. Prior to CortiCare, Mr. Westcott was President of Alpine Biomed, a Neuro based diagnostic equipment company based in California and Denmark.

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Seizure management and the latest in US Hospital Tele-EEG programs

Too often patients experiencing seizures are neglected. This seminar will cover questions regarding; How often patients are experiencing seizures? Which patients you should worry about? US facilities are managing these patients in new and cost-effective ways.
Both large and small medical facilities are creating vital patient based EEG programs more than ever before. Along the way, the seminar will provide the latest in studies regarding patients experiencing seizures, and we will go thru case studies on US medical facility programs including tele-EEG.

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