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American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians is a resource center for interventional pain physicians by offering: 1. Web Site The ASIPP® web site asipp.org is a resource center with up-to-date, need-to-know information and also your link to articles published in the Pain Physician. 2. Publications a. Pain Physician journal (now on-line at www.painphysicianjournal.com) b. Pain Physician Newsletter c. Principles of Documentation, billing, Coding & Practice management for the Interventional Pain Professional (book - published Dec. 2004) d. Interventional Pain Management: Low Back Pain - Diagnosis and Treatment (book) e. Interventional Techniques in Chronic Spinal Pain (book) f. Interventional Techniques in Chronic Non-Spinal Pain (book) 3. Manuals & Compliance Plans a. Model OIG Compliance Plan b. Model Compliance Plan for HIPAA Privacy and Security Standards c. Policy and Procedure Manuals - Ambulatory Surgery Centers - Interventional Pain Practices 4. Practice Guidelines (listed on the National Guideline Clearinghouse at guideline.gov and painphysicianjournal.com) 5. Meetings a. Annual Meeting b. Cadaver Workshops & Review Courses c. Comprehensive Pain Medicine Board Review d. Comprehensive Review in Controlled Substance Management & Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management e. Fuoroscopy & Radiation Safety f. Legislative Sessions 6. State Organizations State Societies in 49 states and affiliation in one state 7. American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians (ABIPP) a. Board certification in Interventional Pain Management b. Competency certification in Controlled Substance Management c. Competency certification in Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management d. Fluoroscopy 8. Web Link ASIPP® provides links to Corporate Sponsors, Members, and other Organizations.. The American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (ASIPP®) was started in November 1998 as the Association of Pain Management Anesthesiologists (AOPMA) to represent interventional pain physicians dedicated to improving the delivery of interventional pain management services to patients across the country in the various settings of ambulatory surgical centers, offices, and hospital outpatient departments. The name of the Association of Pain Management Anesthesiologists was later changed to the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, which is a not-for-profit organization. ASIPP® formed the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians - PAC (ASIPP®-PAC) in 1999.

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