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  • Registration Now Open

    Register today for the 2015 AAN Fall Conference to be held October 15-18 at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Stay current in clinical advances, keep your practice thriving, and earn up to 18.75 CME in one weekend.

    Register Today

  • Nurture Your Potential

    The AAN is looking for its next generation of leaders. Are you one? Apply for the 2016 Emerging Leaders Forum by August 3, 2015.

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  • 2015 Compensation Report Available Now!

    The AAN’s 2015 Neurology Compensation and Productivity Report and customizable results dashboard is now available. Use recent data from 1,300 neurologists and practice managers to improve your practice or negotiate contracts.

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  • Master New Payment and Delivery Models

    New payment and delivery models can be confusing. Count on trusted resources from the AAN to help you power your practice and understand your best options to thrive, not just survive.

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  • ICD-10-CM: Live October 1, 2015

    We want to be sure you are prepared for ICD-10-CM. All health care providers are required to transition to ICD-10-CM on October 1, 2015. Claims for services on or after this date with an ICD-9 code will not be processed and payments will be delayed.

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Medicare Payment Changes Show Promise

As a result of continued meetings, comment letters, and advocacy efforts by the AAN, neurologists should see several positive effects from the 2016 Medicare payment policy proposed by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Capitol Hill Report: Neurology Interests Make Gains on Capitol Hill

Read the latest issue of CHR and learn how the AAN is fighting on behalf of neurologists and neurology.

Does Concussion Impact Men and Women Differently?

Read the latest news and see how the AAN is raising public awareness of neurology and neurologists.

Neurology Journal

Unraveling the Neuroimaging Predictors for Motor Dysfunction in Long-standing Multiple Sclerosis

Motor dysfunction in MS has a complex substrate that cannot be ascribed to a single neuroimaging finding, but is the consequence of infratentorial and spinal cord damage, as well as damage in the CST

Neurology® Clinical Practice

Correspondence: First seizure management: I can see clearly now?


Complete callosal agenesis, pontocerebellar hypoplasia, and axonal neuropathy due to AMPD2 loss


Cerebrovascular Disorders Complicating Pregnancy

Feske, Steven K., MD; Singhal, Aneesh B., MD

Neuroradiology in Women of Childbearing Age

Bove, Riley M., MD; Klein, Joshua P., MD, PhD

Inflammatory Myopathies

Amato, Anthony A., MD, FAAN; Greenberg, Steven A., MD

Neurology Today

Molecular Biomarkers Identified for Predicting Glioma Outcomes, Suggesting Treatment Protocols

Talan, Jamie

How Epileptologists Are Using Surveys to Keep a PULSE on Epilepsy

Shaw, Gina

Neurology in the News: Neurology Today's New Podcast Series

The editors of Neurology Today discuss the latest advances and trends in clinical and basic neurology.

Neurology Now

Diving Lessons: Actress Brooke Burns Broke Her Neck in a Pool Accident and Narrowly Avoided Paralysis. Now She's a Passionate Advocate for Those With Spinal Cord Injuries. 

Childers, Linda

The Dating Game: Finding a Date is Always Daunting. When You Have a Neurologic Condition, it Can Seem Overwhelming. We sought advice From People Who've Been There to Help You Navigate the Challenges.

Shaw, Gina

A Labor of Love: Actress Connie Shulman Spent a Year Documenting a Friend's Dementia to Raise Awareness of a Fatal Disease, and Discovered New Depths of Friendship.

Ellin, Abby


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