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Hepatitis C (HCV) causes inflammation of the liver and is the most common form of viral hepatitis. Symptoms are often flu-like, but not severe, and many patients have no symptoms at all. HCV can be acute or chronic. There are treatments available for HCV. People born from 1945-1965 are five times more likely to have HCV and should be encouraged to get screened.

Through the HCV Clinical Service Line, AGA offers tools to help you become more efficient, understand quality standards and improve the process of care for patients.  



educate your patients


Patient Guidelines

AGA guidelines help you practice evidence-based medicine. Use the patient guideline summaries to help explain how guidelines impact patient care.

Clinical Decision Support Tool

Educate Yourself


Manage Your Practice

Manage your practice with useful resources and practice improvement tools including CPT, HCPCS and ICD-10 codes that are commonly used for GI procedures.


ICD-10 Resource Center

Measure Your quality

Several mechanisms are available for capturing quality data related to the care of patients with HCV.

PCPI Measures for HCV (PDF)