The goal of the AIM Network’s compliance program is to establish and foster a culture that promotes prevention, detection, and resolution of conduct that does not conform to the laws, regulations, and requirements of government-funded healthcare programs. AIM Network employees, participants and contractors are required to promptly report any good faith belief of AIM Network non-compliance. Employees are strongly encouraged to resolve questions and concerns locally. AIM Network employees and contractors can also report concerns through the Allina Health Compliance Department or the Integrity Line at 1-800-472-9301 or allinahealth.org/integrity. For more information, please visit the AIM Network Integrity Line flier.
AIM Network participating providers should develop policies and procedures as necessary and appropriate to their size and complexity to ensure compliance with all applicable state and federal laws, including but not limited to regulations and guidance for participation in the Medicare and Medicaid or other government healthcare programs, and the compliance requirements of the AIM Network. The AIM Network Compliance Program policies are as follows:
Clinical Information Systems
The Allina Integrated Medical Network aligns independent physicians and Allina Health to deliver market-leading quality and efficiency in patient care.
The AIM Network INFORM database tracks quality, patient experience and observation measures for AIM Network member groups. AIM Network member practices may access INFORM data from our secure SharePoint site.
For questions or password resets, please email AIM Network.