You are invited to participate in a survey regarding your experience using the AHCCCS website. This survey will take approximately two minutes. Your responses will help us ensure that you have a high quality experience.
As part of Arizona's Medicaid Reform Plan, AHCCCS is reviewing opportunities to
further integrate care for the following populations:
Children with special health care needs;
Individuals with Serious Mental Illness;
Members Enrolled in Both Medicare and Medicaid (Duals)
AHCCCS is working with various stakeholders, including families who receive services
from the Children’s Rehabilitative Services (CRS) program, to create a specialty
health plan that would manage care for medical and CRS conditions. Click on the
link below for additional information.
AHCCCS is working with the Arizona Department of Health Services/ Division of Behavioral
Health to explore the creation of a specialty Regional Behavioral Health Authority
(RBHA) model with expanded responsibility for Medicaid members determined to have
a Serious Mental Illness (SMI). The "Specialty RBHA with SMI Health Homes" model
would be fully responsible for the delivery and payment of providing coordinated
and integrated behavioral and physical health care through the use of SMI health
For more information on the Specialty RBHA concept, along with background information
on integration of care and how consumers and stakeholders can participate, click
on the link below. AHCCCS will also post updates as information becomes available.
AHCCCS is working to increase alignment and improve service delivery for people
covered by both Medicare and Medicaid. These individuals, commonly referred to as
“duals,” are currently navigating multiple systems to receive care. More information
is provided in the link below:
Individuals Covered By Both Medicare and Medicaid (Duals)
June 1, 2012
AHCCCS is seeking input from physical and behavioral health care providers regarding
care coordination for the non-Seriously Mentally Ill population. If you are a physical
or behavioral health care provider, please take a moment to complete the following
survey at the link below:
Coordination of Care Survey – 6/1/12
Please note that this survey was closed on August 6, 2012.