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Phoenix Health Plan.
We look forward to serving all your health care needs.
Phoenix Health Plan (PHP) is happy to provide you and your family with the highest quality medical care. For nearly 30 years, our members have trusted Phoenix Health Plan with their health care.
PHP Values Cultural Diversity
Our membership is comprised of individuals with different customs and backgrounds and we offer a variety of qualified doctors to meet our members' needs in a culturally appropriate manner. We also provide translation in more than140 languages, supply translators for doctor's visits and help with transportation for medical appointments.
Find out How to Become a PHP Member
|Helpful Member Links|
- PHP Member Handbook
- PHP Member Provider Directory
- PHP Newsletter
- PHP Formulary
- Prior Authorization Information
- Tobacco Education & Prevention
- Best Practice Guidelines
- Community Resources
|Beginning June 25, 2012, all applications will be considered for eligibility in the KidsCare II program. Children no longer need to be on the KidsCare waiting list. All other eligibility requirements for KidsCare II will remain the same.
Click Here to go to the AHCCCS website to view the KidsCareII Public Service Announcement. (Please be patient. This takes a few minutes to load. . .but it's worth the wait!)
Case ManagementThe Case Management Program is available to PHP members overwhelmed by multiple health problems.
Please use our Case Management Online Referral Form or call
(602) 824-4081 for more information.
Tamiflu is available without Prior Authorization (PA) for PHP members age 5 and younger and age 65 and older.
Tamiflu is also available without PA for all members with the following conditions:
- Seizure medications filled in the last 60 days
- Asthma medications filled in the last 90 days
- HIV medications filled in the last 180 days
- Prenatal vitamins filled in the last 90 days
All others will require Prior Authorization.
Below is more information on the H1N1 virus and seasonal flu:
- For information from the CDC on preventing the seasonal and H1N1 flu virus, please click here.
- Stop the Spread AZ is a campaign from the Maricopa County Department of Public Health that provides additional resources to the public on the flu virus.
- To search for a Mollen Flu Shot Clinic near you, click here.
View PHP most recent provider and member survey results: AHCCCS website.View performance measures results (under Acute Care) on the AHCCCS website.
For PHP's 2012 Member Satisfaction Survey CLICK HERE.
For PHP's 2012 Provider Survey Results CLICK HERE.For best practice guidelines, please click here.
|Taxi Co-pay: Maricopa & Pima Counties|| English
Effective Jan. 1 2012
Vendor Update Jan. 16, 2012
AHCCCS is adding pictures to its on-line verification tool that providers use to verify your coverage. If you have an Arizona driver’s license or state issued ID, AHCCCS will get your picture from the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD). When providers pull up the AHCCCS eligibility verification screen, they will see your picture (if available) with your coverage details.
Info from AHCCCS on Missed Appointments
Click here to go to the AHCCCS web page for information
AHCCCS Benefit Reduction News Effective 10/1/2011
Due to Arizona’s budget problems, some of the services that you may receive are being reduced beginning October 1, 2011. Click the links below for additional information on these AHCCCS reductions.
Member Benefit Reduction Letter
In response to significant fiscal challenges facing the State and substantial recent growth in the Medicaid population, AHCCCS will implement several changes to the adult benefit package. For more information about these upcoming changes click here to go to the AHCCCS website. Continue to check this page for updates as they become available.
To see which benefits are being changed click below for AHCCCS's Benefit Fact Sheet.
AHCCCS April 2011 Transplant Update English
On April 6, 2011 Governor Brewer signed Senate Bill 1619 which restores AHCCCS coverage of transplants that were eliminated for adults on October 1, 2010.
VISIT the AHCCCS Website for Transplant Information
For more information about AHCCCS Benefit Change for Adult Wellness Exams click here