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How to participate


The Medical Oncology Program is administered by AIM Specialty Health® on behalf of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC). AIM Specialty Health collaborates with payors to help improve healthcare quality and manage costs for some of today's complex tests and treatments.

The first step in participating is to register as a user of the Medical Oncology Program via The Blue e Provider Portal, https://providers.bcbsnc.com/providers/login.faces. Once registered with Blue e, you can access the AIM ProviderPortal via the DIM/Medical Oncology Program button. The AIM ProviderPortal allows you to initiate a review of cancer treatment regimens for your patients who are covered by participating health plans. We call this the “order request” process.

The AIM ProviderPortal allows you to:

  • Submit a new order request
  • Update an existing one
  • Retrieve your order summary

It also offers you access to identified Cancer Treatment Pathway regimens, according to your patients’ clinical information and your requested services. We recognize that every patient is unique and have made efforts to identify Cancer Treatment Pathways that offer the best treatment option for most patients. When a provider selects an identified AIM Cancer Treatment Pathway regimen for a qualifying patient’s care, the provider’s practice will be eligible for enhanced reimbursement from the patient’s BCBSNC health benefit plan. However, you may decide that another treatment regimen is best for an individual patient. Whether a Cancer Treatment Pathways or an alternate regimen is chosen, the Medical Oncology Program supports benefit coverage for all regimens that meet the clinical review criteria under BCBSNC medical policies and clinical guidelines. 

How the process works:

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