Today, AIM serves its members by representing their different interests in diverse gremia and fora. The association is seen as the member's link to governments, non-governmental organisations and stakeholders in the field of social and health services and as the spokesman of the health and social mutual societies. The representativeness of AIM is broadly recognised and is built upon its expertise and consensual, constructive and pro-active attitude.
AIM takes care to organise a permanent exchange of information between members' organisations and to inform on the evolutions in the field of social protection and healthcare at the European and international level. These exchanges are done through meetings, conferences, publications, and the website.
AIM also strives to voice members' concerns and opinions and to defend the common values shared by it's members. AIM's goal is to preserve and to strengthen social protection systems and solidarity-based healthcare insurance.
The association is led by democratically elected members. They hold posts in the Presidium, the Board of Directors or in the General Assembly. The secretariat, based in Brussels, assists the governing bodies in its daily business.