The Aim Medical Trust provides cities and towns across Indiana with a fiscally responsible approach to healthcare. We pool the insurance of 3,200 employees and counting to give our member communities long-term stability on their rates.

The initiative to develop a medical insurance pooling program began in early 2009. These efforts culminated with four municipalities joining the Trust when it launched on January 1, 2010. Since then, another 35 additional cities and towns have joined the Trust.

We’re growing because we’re not fly-by-night. We offer plans through UnitedHealthcare, a recognized leader in the insurance industry. We are owned by our participating members, governed by a Board of Trustees and regulated by the Indiana Department of Insurance.

And we’re part of Aim (formerly known as the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns), an organization you know and trust. We’re motivated by your municipality’s needs, not commissions. And getting your employees the health coverage they want — without the premium spikes.

Our Insurance Plans

Insurance plans provided by the Trust range from traditional PPO plans with low deductibles to high-deductible, consumer driven HSA health plans. And we recently introduced Small Group plans designed for communities with less than 50 employees.

Members also have the option to purchase life, dental and vision coverage at competitive rates.

UnitedHealthcare has assembled a nationwide provider network of physicians and hospitals that’s second to none. UnitedHealthcare provides the networks, plan administration services, claims management, pharmacy benefits, COBRA administration and other services for our members.

The Board of Trustees

We’re governed by a 12-member Board of Trustees that makes policy and oversees the Trust’s performance on behalf of its membership. Six trustees are elected to three-year terms by participating municipalities, four are appointed to three-year terms by Aim, one is an independent financial expert and one is the Aim CEO.

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