BY CLICKING ON THE "I ACCEPT" BUTTON BELOW, I ACKNOWLEDGE ACCEPTANCE OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ACCESS AND USE OF THE Cancer Treatment Pathways:
AIM Specialty Health (AIM) has developed proprietary clinical appropriateness guidelines (together with any updates, referred to collectively as the "Pathways"). The Pathways are designed to evaluate and direct the appropriate utilization of high cancer treatment. They are based on data from the peer-reviewed scientific literature, from criteria developed by specialty societies and from guidelines adopted by other health care organizations. Access to these Pathways is being provided for informational purposes only. AIM is under no obligation to update its Pathways. Therefore, these Pathways may be out of date.
The Pathways are protected by copyright of AIM as permitted by and to the full extent of the law. These rights are not released, transferred, or assigned as a result of allowing access. You agree that you do not have any ownership rights to the Pathways and you are expressly prohibited from selling, assigning, leasing, licensing, reproducing or distributing the Pathways, unless authorized in writing by AIM.
The Pathways do not constitute medical advice and/or medical care, and do not guarantee results or outcomes. The Pathways are not a substitute for the experience and judgment of a physician or other health care professionals. Any clinician seeking to apply or consult the Pathways is expected to use independent medical judgment in the context of individual clinical circumstances to determine any patient's care or treatment. The Pathways do not address coverage, benefit or other plan specific issues.
The Pathways are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. AIM disclaims all responsibility for any consequences or liability attributable or related to any use, non-use or interpretation of information contained in the Pathways.
AIM Cancer Treatment Pathways are cancer treatment regimens intended to support quality cancer care and reduce unneeded variation in care and cost. They are developed through a rigorous process of integrating evidence-based literature with physician practice guidelines.