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Manage Your Practice


This section is designed to provide a compilation of clinical practice-related information for infectious diseases (ID) physicians and their staff. These resources include information about billing and coding, Medicare's Physician Quality Reporting System, ID physicians compensation data, practice management forms and documents, health information technology, and the Society's legislative priorities for ID practitioners. 


    Physician Payments

    Resources on current trends in ID physicians’ payments and new value-based payment models.

    Billing & Coding

    Helpful billing and coding resources specific to the practice of infectious diseases.

    Quality Improvement

    Information about Medicare’s physician quality reporting and e-prescribing payment incentives and new payment policies focused on paying for value-based care that avoids complications and their associated costs.

    Value of ID Specialists

    Information about new payment and delivery models and tools to assist ID physicians in making the value case.

    Trends in Health Care Technology and Telehealth

    Learn how to select and integrate health information technology into an ID practice and how to earn Medicare or Medicaid incentive payments for "meaningful use" of health information technology. (Log-in Required)

    Medicare & Your Practice

    Find Medicare-specific information on billing & coding, physicians payments, and coverage policies.

    Practice Management Listserve

    IDSA members and their staff can use the listserve to discuss clinical practice-related issues of common of concern, including billing and coding, practice efficiency, and alternative sources of revenue.

    OPAT eHandbook

    The third edition of the Handbook of Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy for Infectious Diseases is now available from IDSA and CRG Publishing, a division of the Curry Rockerfeller Group, LLC.

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