AIM programs may require additional prior authorization documentation
Providers currently submit prior authorization requests to AIM Specialty Health® (AIM) for outpatient diagnostic imaging services, cardiac procedures and sleep studies. As part of our ongoing quality improvement efforts, we want you to know that certain review requests require documentation that supports the clinical appropriateness of the request to be uploaded during the intake process.
When requested, providers must submit documentation from the patient’s medical record and/or participate in a prior authorization consultation with an AIM physician reviewer. If medical necessity is not supported through documents submitted, the request may be denied as not medically necessary.
June 2019 Anthem New Hampshire Provider Newsletter