Many Doctors Looking to Leave the Profession. Nine in ten primary care physicians (92 percent) say staff employed by insurance companies are not competent to make medical decisions about treatment regimens, according to a new physician survey released today by the nonpartisan, nonprofit Alliance for the Adoption of Innovations in Medicine (Aimed Alliance).
Yearly Archives: 2018
Thursday, November 15, 2018 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mountain Shadows Resort, Valley Room 544…
Aimed Alliance Creates “Know Your Rights” Brochure to Educate Patients on Appealing Coverage Denials
Know Your Rights brochure to Educate Patients on Appealing Coverage Denials (PDF).
Know Your Rights brochure – A resource for people with cancer and their loved ones.…
Migraine Patients Know Your Rights brochure (PDF 1 MB)
Aimed Alliance Explains Legal Protections in the Workplace for Individuals with Migraine at Research!America Hill Briefing
MIGRAINE BRIEFING EXPLORES WORKPLACE ACCOMMODATIONS In a panel discussion hosted by Research!America on October 3…
Aimed Alliance Step Therapy in Medicare Advantage Plans Fact Sheet
Today I speak with Stacey L. Worthy, Esq, a partner over at DCBA Law & Policy. She’s a former executive director of the Alliance for the Adoption of Innovations in Medicine (Aimed Alliance) that aimed, among other things, to curtail non–evidence-based medication switching and insurance processes designed to make it difficult for patients to get coverage for medications/treatments that are clinically appropriate.