AHCCCS Tribal Web Conferences

Tribal Web Conferences also known as "webinars" are offered to help tribes, providers, members, community partners, and the general public better understand the role of AHCCCS.


Web Conference ("webinar")

A Web Conference (also known as a "webinar") is used to conduct live meetings or give presentations over the Internet. Each person can sit at a computer that connects to the presenter and other participants.

Individuals may attend in person, by conference call, web conference, or wherever the person has access to an Internet capable computer and phone.


Suggest a Topic for a Future Web Conference

If you or your organization would like to make a suggestion for a topic to be covered during a future webinar conference, please contact the Tribal Relations Liaison.

Email: Bonnie.Talakte@azahcccs.gov

Past Web Conference Topics:

  • Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS)
  • KidsCare Program (health insurance for children and qualifying parents)
  • American Indian Health Program (formerly IHS/AHCCCS fee-for-service)
  • Role of Medicaid in Medicare Cost Sharing Programs
  • AHCCCS Tribal Consultation Policy
  • Update on IHCIA
  • Provisions in the ARRA and CHIPRA
  • Electronic Health Information Initiatives
  • Claims Submission Updates
  • American Indian Health Web Portal
  • Disproportionate Share Hospital Payments
  • Federal Health Care Reform
  • Gaming Payments & AHCCCS Eligibility

Connecting to a Web Conference

  • Intended For: Tribal Health Services, Social Services, Senior Services, and tribal health programs operated under P.L. 93-638
  • Dates and Times: Tribal Webconferences are typically held on the second Friday of each month: 11 am - 12 pm (MST).
  • How to Connect to the Web Conference: Participants may attend in person, by conference call, or by web conference.


If you have questions about the Tribal Web Conferences, please call or email the Tribal Relations Liaison: