Coverage

SIS actively advocates for appropriate access to interventional spine procedures.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: ACCESS AT RISK
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
Oregon Health Authority
Washington Health Care Authority

COMMENT LETTERS
Epidural Injections
Facet Interventions
Sacroiliac Interventions
Neurostimulation
Other Interventions

COVERAGE POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS (đź”’Members Only)


IN THE SPOTLIGHT: ACCESS AT RISK

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

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Oregon Health Authority

 

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Washington Health Care Authority

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COMMENT LETTERS

The Society’s membership includes many of the clinicians and academicians whose published literature provides the seminal references upon which the practice of evidence-informed interventional spine care is based. Our organization has a strong record of working to eliminate fraudulent, unproven, and inappropriate procedures. At the same time, we are equally committed to assuring that appropriate, effective, and responsible treatments are preserved so that patients do not have to suffer or undergo more invasive and often unnecessary surgical procedures. To that end, the SIS Health Policy Division's Coverage Committee regularly reviews and submits comments regarding coverage policies that are inconsistent with the literature and SIS guidelines.

Epidural Injections

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Facet Interventions

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Sacroiliac Interventions

Neurostimulation

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Other Interventions

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