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Innovate 2017-10-09T20:05:52+00:00

Innovation is AIM’s middle name.

As the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) sets a new direction in payment reform that promotes consumer empowerment through price transparency, increased choices and competition driven by improved quality, cost and outcomes; the healthcare system must adapt.  The exchange and integration of physical, behavioral, and dental health information along with social indicators is essential to maintaining successful health programs.  That means health information exchanges along with their stakeholders must transform through new and innovative methods of providing and measuring the effectiveness of health care.

Innovation is AIM’s middle name. 

We work with our customers to understand their needs and their place in the market – past, present and future – and to develop plans that put them in a position to lead change in their markets. The AIM team strives to establish a beacon for our customers and supports their journey to bring strategies to fruition.

“The Michigan Health Information Network has contracted with AIM for multiple projects and we keep going back to them for more because they deliver. We have engaged AIM for more than a year on a handful of extremely high visibility projects affecting all of our stakeholders and our statewide efforts and AIM has always produced results of stellar quality on time and often under high pressure and short deadlines. One notable example is AIM’s work on coordinating our Security and Privacy Policies and Procedures, which are being recognized as some of the most advanced in the HIT/HIE sectors today. Related to this security and privacy policy effort, AIM also helped MiHIN coordinate a Cyber-security White Paper containing numerous security recommendations to the Governor’s HIT Commission in Michigan. The Cyber-security White Paper that AIM helped MiHIN complete was then advanced to the Governor’s Cyber-initiative Task Force which is acting on the high priority recommendations. This effort, in which AIM played a key role, has been vital to the success of secure and private Health Information Exchange for Michigan residents. We would endorse AIM for similar projects without reservation.”

Jeff Livesay, Associate Director, Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services

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