Why AIM?

AIM Provider Portal strives to promote safe, appropriate and affordable healthcare at AIM Specialty Health (AIM). We help healthcare organizations improve the quality of care and reduce costs by serving as the industry’s leading expert service management partner.


Why AIM?

Quadruple Aim

As an attractive industrial setting, Quadruple Goal promises not only to improve your health, but also to increase your competitive edge. Quadruple Aim expands on dimensions identified in the Institute’s renowned Triple AIM provider portal for better health (improving population health, improving patient experience and reducing costs) and adds the goal of improving the working lives of healthcare providers . and your team. .

Evidence Based Care

Helping clinicians follow the latest best practices in evidence-based care is complex. We use our clinical guidelines, physician-led outreach and innovations to make it easier for you. This is our best practice.

Our clinical relevance verification model aims to provide patients with the right care the first time and effectively avoid unnecessary interruptions. Rather than simply rejecting treatment requests that initially do not appear to meet clinical criteria, we provide education and transparency to the medical community through the clinical registry and peer review process. Prioritizing education and effective interactions with providers results in lasting behavior change, reduced variability in care, significant cost savings, and high provider satisfaction.

Cooperation With Suppliers

At AIM, doctors and other healthcare professionals are at the heart of what we do. We value the things that matter most to providers: clinical integrity, streamlined workflows and a collaborative approach.

We involve clinicians at every step of our process, from developing our clinical guidelines to designing our peer review and consultation process. That’s why our supplier satisfaction rate is consistently 96% or higher year after year.


Member Duty

The age of consumer-centric health has arrived, but do the results deliver on their promises? Today, members share more of the costs, making transparency and education key elements of a successful experience for members. In the health care sphere, organizations are striving for ways to create these richer experiences that improve customer loyalty, reduce costs, and change behaviors.

While mutuals offer many tools, policyholders often don’t know the cost of care until they receive an invoice. Instead, they rely on referrals from their doctors. As health plans face increasing challenges implementing this customer-centric approach, they need help guiding the member through a confusing healthcare environment and ensuring they have the right information to make healthcare decisions.