Underlying most conversations about the cost of care is a concern about quality—does more affordable care mean lower-quality care?
Not with our clinical solutions and engagement strategies. We use published evidence-based clinical research, timely direct member outreach, and site-of-care optimization to help eliminate the cost of unnecessary or clinically inappropriate care.
Using AIM Cancer Treatment Pathways, our Oncology Solution ensures that members receive care that medical evidence has shown to be effective and affordable.
Solutions like the AIM Specialty Drugs Solution rely on OptiNet®, an online tool that offers cost and quality data on in-network providers, to direct treatment to high-value sites of care.
By notifying members of affordable, convenient imaging facilities before they undergo an MRI or a CT scan, Specialty Care Shopper can reduce the out-of-pocket cost of the exam by an average of $1,000.
Providers praise AIM
AIM is by far the best…I actually wish every other online service was as user friendly.
Too often, provider engagement initiatives focus on survey results and metrics rather than the pain points of providers' day-to-day activity. For us, improving the provider work life is about making the delivery of appropriate, safe, and affordable care easier. Our solutions and technology do just that. Guided by our medical directors and 200-plus physicians and nurses, our solutions and technology are relied on by 300,000 ordering providers and have earned a provider satisfaction rate of 96 percent or higher for years.
Launched in 2002, our ProviderPortalSM was the first online platform where providers could complete clinical appropriateness review. Now, more than 80 percent of providers relying on AIM solutions use the ProviderPortal.
AIM Inform, our health system and provider solution, moves the prior authorization workflow to the point of care. Integrated into EMR systems that providers use every day, AIM Inform allows providers to complete prior authorization and comply with a CMS clinical decision support mandate from a single source. As a result, it accelerates workflows and enables providers to reallocate administrative staff to other strategic priorities.