Our Advanced Illness Management (AIM) program focuses on patients who have difficulty leaving their homes due to chronic ongoing conditions. This care is known as palliative care.
Our AIM team works together with a patient’s Primary Care Provider (PCP) as an added layer of support for people diagnosed with serious illness(es) and their caregiver(s).
Our AIM care team includes:
What is palliative care?
Palliative Care is defined as, “Specialized medical care for people living with serious illness that focuses on providing relief from the symptoms and stresses of serious illness, whatever the diagnosis.” Center for the Advancement of Palliative Care.
Does Medicare cover palliative care?
Payment for AIM services is through Traditional Medicare Part B and Commercial and Medicare Advantage Plans through Aetna, Anthem/BCBS, Cigna, Essence, Humana, and United Healthcare/AARP is currently through traditional Medicare Part B.