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Phoenix Health Plan works together with the medical community to help improve the quality and cost effectiveness of health care for our members. Phoenix Health Plan has been dedicated to improving the health and independence of AHCCCS members for nearly 30 years.

We will strive to accommodate physicians’ interests while providing members access to quality, affordable health care. We look forward to partnering with you to deliver better outcomes, increased patient satisfaction and preventive care.

Learn How to Become a Participating Provider

The Arizona Association  of Health Plans  (AzAHP)  is  pleased  to  announce  the creation of a new credentialing alliance aimed at  making the  credentialing and recredentialing process easier by eliminating duplication of efforts and reducing administrative burden. For more information CLICK HERE.  If you would like to begin the credentialing process, please see our FORMS page and scroll down to CREDENTIALING.

When providers are contracted with Phoenix Health Plan, a Provider Service representative will be assigned to your practice and will serve as your primary point of contact. Your representative will visit you and your office staff on a regular basis to share important information and assist you with your administrative or operational concerns.

Screening Requirement:

Important reminder, as a registered provider with the AHCCCS Administration, (Arizona's Medicaid Program), you are obligated under 42 C.F.R.100.1.1901(b), to screen all employees, contractors and/or subcontractors to determine whether any of them have been excluded from participation in Federal health care programs. You can search the HHS-OIG website, at no cost, by the names of any individuals or entities. The database is called LEIE, and can be accessed at http://www.oig.hhs.gov/fraud/exclusions.asp

Note:By clicking on the above link, you will be leaving the Phoenix Health Plan website and be redirected to a third party website.

Resources for seasonal flu virus:

Below are resources for information on the H1N1 virus and the seasonal flu:

Note: By clicking on the below links, you will be leaving the Phoenix Health Plan website and be redirected to a third party website.

  • The CDC has created a variety of resources on preventing the seasonal and H1N1 flu virus. Please click here for more information.
  • Stop the Spread AZ is a campaign from Maricopa County Department of Public Health and provides information for the public on the flu virus. 
  • Mollen Immunization Clinics provides flu shots and is assisting schools with vaccinations through the Zap the Flu at Schools program.  Click here for more information and for clinic locations.

Note on seasonal flu medicine: Tamiflu® is available through community pharmacies without prior authorization for children less than 6 y.o and for 6-18 year olds with current prescriptions for asthma inhalers.

April 2011 AHCCCS Transplant Update:

AHCCCS Transplant Update April 2011 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

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