AIM Specialty Health has developed a set of proprietary diagnostic & treatment management clinical guidelines for radiation oncology based on a review of current medical literature and information obtained from major medical organizations.
The foundation of AIM's Solution platform for specialty benefits management is our clinical appropriateness guidelines. AIM's guidelines for radiation oncology are developed through a rigorous process integrating evidence-based literature with expert physician practice.
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