Practice

Q. Should I report as a group or as an individual? A. If you work in group practice, you have the choice to report as an individual or as a group. However, if you decide to report as a group, ALL eligible clinicians must report under the group’s tax identification number (TIN) – no one is allowed to report individually. Similarly, if your group elects to report together, even if you would be exempt under the low-volume threshold on the individual level, you MUST participate with the group. Under the group reporting option, all eligible clinicians will report on the same measures in each of the four categories.
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Find an Accredited Lab

The laboratories in this directory have achieved accreditation through the AANEM. The AANEM Electrodiagnostic (EDX) Laboratory Accreditation Program is a voluntary, peer review process that identifies and acknowledges EDX laboratories that achieve and maintain the highest level of quality, performance, and integrity based on professional standards.

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

Accreditation with Exemplary Status is the highest level of accreditation given by the AANEM. To be eligible for Accreditation with Exemplary Status the Lab Medical Director/s must be certified by the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine or by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in clinical neurophysiology or neuromuscular medicine.

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