CMS responded to the AANEM House sign-on letter which was sent back in October requesting information on quality, fraud, and abuse in EDX medicine. In a lengthy reply, CMS largely ducked issues of quality and patient care while claiming to be collaborating with stakeholders over areas of ongoing concern. 


Working for Quality Care and Fair Reimbursement

The AANEM represents nearly 4,500 neuromuscular physicians and other health care providers. We monitor state and federal issues, create position statements to education law makers and insurance companies, fight against fraud and abuse, and advocate for quality patient care.

Position Statements

Use these position statements when communicating with legislators, payers, and other medical professionals.

Fraud & Abuse

Familiarize yourself with the avenues that can be taken to report suspected fraud or abuse. 

Action Center 

Participate in legislative action alerts and contact U.S. senators and representatives on important health policy issues.

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