To prepare your practice for the Quality Care Cancer Program, we want you to be aware of the latest tools, resources, and trainings available.
As a reminder, the program requires you to request authorization for certain outpatient medical oncology and radiation oncology services. The program is administered by AIM Specialty Health®'.
Register and learn more about the webinars here.
The AIM ProviderPortalSM is now open, and you can begin requesting authorization for dates of service on and after July 1 for commercial and Medicare Advantage members. Without an approved authorization, your claim will deny.
Whether it’s a new case or continuation of care, you’ll need an approved authorization even if services were covered before July 1.
You can access the AIM ProviderPortal through Provider Central without any additional registration. Just log in and go to eTools>AIM Specialty Health.
Or, you can go directly to AIM at www.providerportal.com. If you’ve already registered for the AIM ProviderPortal for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts or another insurer, you won’t need to register again.
We’ve added a new page on Provider Central to help you with the program. Click here to access our new Cancer Care page. If you are logged in, you’ll find even more resources, including links to our webinar slides and a recording of the webinars.
The page explains:
These medical policies were also posted on June 1.
Quality Care Cancer Program (Medical Oncology) Policy (099)
Supportive Care Treatments for Patients with Cancer Policy (105)
Quality Care Cancer Program (Radiation Oncology) Policy (937)
Quality Care Cancer Program (Radiation Oncology) CPT and HCPCS Codes Policy (938)
Call AIM’s Contact Center at 1-866-745-1783. Or, contact your Blue Cross network representative.
As always, thank you for the care you provide to your patients—our members.