This policy applies to Apollo’s medical review criteria and clinical guidelines on our user portal. Portal
access is available on a subscription-only basis and subject to the terms of Apollo’s End User License
Agreement and Master Licensing Agreement.
Apollo Managed Care Inc.’s Medical Review Criteria and Clinical Guidelines (“guidelines”) provide
evidence-based information from peer-reviewed literature. The guidelines are used to assist in
determining medical necessity, support clinical decision-making in patient care, and facilitate care
management. Apollo Managed Care, Inc.’s editors and publishers follows a stringent editorial process to
ensure the information is current, curated from respected medical resources, and continuously updated.
The editorial team is comprised of editors and publishers who have experience as a practicing
practitioner. All practitioners must possess a current and active license or certification in the US or
equivalent license in another country for the profession that they represent. Board Certification is also
required for Medical Doctors (MD) and Doctors of Osteopathy (DO).
All members of Apollo’s Editorial Team are trained in Apollo’s evidence-based approach when searching
and referencing peer-reviewed literature in order to provide the information necessary for clinical
The details of the Editorial Team can be found on the About Us page at
After the editor’s review is complete, the guidelines are submitted to a publisher for peer review and/or
approval of publishing. The review process follows the following criteria:
- New and reviewed (“updated”) guidelines are submitted by all editors for peer review.
- Publishers review the guideline for content appropriateness, medical necessity evidence,
ensure the links operate appropriately, that the guideline content reflects the most current
medical information available, that guidelines follow established template format and meet the
- Upon completion of the peer review by the publishers, edit recommendations can be presented
to the editors for revision. Once these revisions are complete the publisher receives the edited
guideline and the process begins from the start.
- If the guideline is found to be adequate by the publisher, it is published on the portal and made
available to Apollo Managed Care, Inc. subscribers.
Guideline Content Disclaimer
The publishers and editors will never knowingly create, publish, or reference health content, that either
contains false or misleading claims or promotes ineffective or dangerous products.
Advertising, Promotion & Sponsorship Policy
Apollo Managed Care, Inc. does not accept advertising from outside parties to be displayed on the
www.apollomanagedcare.com website, on the user portal, or in the Apollo Managed Care licensed
Apollo Managed Care, Inc. does not allow paid, promotional or sponsored content on our website, nor
do we generate any revenue from advertising, promotions or sponsorships. Apollo Managed Care, Inc.
reserves the right to promote our own products and services by including information pertaining to our
own products and services on our website.