Sutter’s AIM Program May Provide Solution to a National Problem
Officials in Washington D.C. are keen to see how Sutter Health’s Advanced Illness Management (AIM) Program improves care and reduces costs for people with severe chronic illness. If the program proves successful, Medicare may look to replicate it across the nation. This is according to a feature on AIM in National Public Radio’s California Report.
AIM, which is available in 14 counties across Northern California, coordinates care, provides comfort and support, and empowers patients, families and friends to plan for the future.
NPR’s story features Bob Martinez, a chronically ill patient who talks about his personal story. Listen to Bob’s story on NPR.org.