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.
read more...

Guidelines Submission Form

AANEM members, committees, and sections are encouraged to submit guideline topic. The Practice Issues Review Committee reviews nominated topics on the basis of the following criteria:
  • Members’ needs
  • Prevalence of condition
  • Health impact of condition for the individual and others
  • Socioeconomic impact
  • Extent of practice variation
  • Quality of available evidence
  • External constraints on practice
  • Urgency for evaluation of new practice technology

Submit Your Idea

 )  - 
Are you an AANEM member?:

If no, would you like to receive membership information?:

If your topic suggestion is chosen, would you like to assist in producing the publication?:

Is there enough published data regarding this topic?:

 Security code

Advertisement

Nandedkar Production EMG Videos

Advertisement

Laboratory Accreditation

Advertisement

2015 AANEM Coding Guide now available