Amino's 2023 enhancementsAmino's 2023 enhancements

2023 roundup: Explore Amino’s newest features

January 16, 2024
Madi Hornig

Amino continually improves how our members search for high-quality, in-network care. Read about some of our most impactful enhancements from 2023.

Amino continually improves how our members search for high-quality, in-network care. Read about our most impactful enhancements from 2023 and see them in action in the demo below.

Doubled our provider coverage

Throughout 2023, Amino remained committed to expanding our platform’s coverage – ensuring our members can find the care they need with one, simple tool. We added 127 new specialties and 18 facility types, including:

Elevated our user experience with 7+ new features

We released new features for our search experience last year. Members can now see 5X more providers on the first page of results, further refine searches with personal preferences, and gain valuable information about a provider, such as their primary location and self-reported sensitivity to LGBTQ+ needs. 

We value your feedback.

Our product roadmap is shaped by direct conversations with our partners and their members. This guarantees Amino provides the most intuitive and reliable way for our members to find high-quality, cost-effective care. 

See what’s new in Amino:

Take a tour of our new features

Subscribe to Building Blocks

People-centered perspectives, delivered to your inbox every other week.
We use your email address to send you relevant content. You can unsubscribe from our mailing list any time. For more details, check out our Privacy Policy.

Related content

Healthcare data

Inaccurate healthcare data is costly for self-insured employers & employees

Healthcare data inaccuracies are widespread and cause significant downstream effects for consumers and self-insured employers alike. To combat these challenges, employers must take proactive steps to ensure their employees can find and access timely, cost-effective care.

Read Article
Image of a nurse practitioner treating her patient

What does the rise of nurse practitioners mean for self-insured employers?

The rise of nurse practitioners has significant implications on healthcare access, patient satisfaction, and cost.

Read Article