Practice

The AANEM Foundation has committed over $245,000 to a project evaluating the quality of electrodiagnostic (EDX) studies in patients with suspected carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). “In the current environment of having to prove quality, this study is key for the future for our members,” noted Dr. Vincent Tranchitella, who spearheaded the project while serving as AANEM President in 2014-15.
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Practice

Let the AANEM help you run a successful practice with resources that support your marketing, increase your reimbursement, educate patients, and grow your referral base. Discover answers to your questions about clinical practice issues. Provide patients, referral sources, and payers with a credible measure of excellence through the AANEM EDX Laboratory Accreditation Program.

Coding & Billing

Keep up-to-date on coding changes, proper code utilization, and commonly asked questions.
 



Guidelines & Quality Improvement

AANEM works with physicians who specialize in neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic medicine to develop guidelines and quality measures that meet the demands of payers, accrediting bodies, and maintenance of certification and licensure programs.





EDX Laboratory Accreditation

Accreditation provides laboratories specializing in electrodiagnostic (EDX) medicine with a structured mechanism to assess, evaluate, and improve the quality of care provided to their patients.

Practice News Highlights

AANEM Foundation Funds Study Focused on Quality EDX

Posterior Interosseous Neuropathy: Supinator Syndrome vs. Fascicular Radial Neuropathy

Early Diaphragm Pacing in Patients with ALS (RespiStim ALS): a Randomized Controlled Triple Blind Trial

A Comparison Between IVIg and Plasma Exchange as Preparations Before Thymectomy in Myasthenia Gravis Patients

High Risk of Cancer in Autoimmune Necrotizing Myopathies: Usefulness of Myositis Specific Antibody




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2015 AANEM Coding Guide now available