The Alliance for Integrated Medication Management (AIMM) is a non-profit organization working to support wide-spread adoption of team-based medication management services into the care of high-risk, high-cost patients suffering from multiple chronic health conditions.

AIMM fosters community partnerships to establish health care delivery systems specifically for patients with multiple chronic conditions who need help with adherence and monitoring of their medication regimens. Teams of health care professionals integrate clinical pharmacy services with primary care services in order to best support patients and providers with coordinating medication use and achieving desired clinical parameters, such as lower blood pressures and target A1C levels.


“Joining AIMM kept us in action. We were able to integrate clinical pharmacy services and document that our improvements resulted in increased medication safety and effectiveness in areas of poly-pharmacy, transitions of care, diabetes care, and so much more!”

—Community Health Center, California

AIMM Leadership Blog

pic_demuro The Pharmacist’s Increasing Role in Moving Toward Greater Quality Care in a More Cost Effective Manner (7/5/2016) - One cannot help but read or hear about how the costs of drugs are going up and are becoming a greater percentage of the costs of treating patients.

News and Updates

logo_ucsf White Paper Demonstrates the Value of Comprehensive Medication Management (7/26/2016) - A growing body of evidence is showing that comprehensive medication management (CMM) can be an important component in reaching the so-called triple aim of health care reform
PhRMA_Logo 4 ways to better engage and empower patients (7/18/2016) - An informed consumer is an engaged and empowered patient. With the right information, consumers are well equipped to be active participants in making decisions about their health care. But it isn’t always that simple. Consumers often face barriers when it comes to finding information about their insurance benefits and out-of-pocket costs. By removing these barriers,…
logo_cardio Involving Pharmacists in Care Decisions May Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease (7/13/2016) - For years, healthcare industry leaders have discussed the benefits of physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals collaborating to better serve patients and reduce costs. By working together, the thinking goes, they offer patients more comprehensive care, keep them out of hospitals and reduce their reliance on expensive medications and treatments. Still, it’s not always as easy to implement programs in practice as it seems like it would be on paper.