The Bidders’ Library is a site to assist Offerors with information and resources regarding the AHCCCS Complete Care RFP. The information in the Bidders’ Library is not intended to be comprehensive. It is the responsibility of the Offeror to obtain and review all pertinent information relating to the AHCCCS Complete Care RFP. To access RFP award information: Procurement File Page – YH19-0001

Post-Release Information

Pre-Release Information

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AHCCCS invites public comment on this request for information regarding integrated health plan contractors. AHCCCS believes that health care delivery system design is essential to improving outcomes for our members while assuring the care provided is cost effective and easy for members and families to access. Integrated health plan contractors able to address the whole health needs of our state’s Medicaid population are key to reducing the fragmentation that exists in our health care system and improving service delivery to AHCCCS members.

As part of the contracting cycle which begins with Contract Year 2019 (CYE 19), starting on October 1, 2018, AHCCCS is proposing to offer fully integrated contracts to manage behavioral health (including mental health and substance use disorder) and physical health services to children (including children with CRS conditions) and adult AHCCCS members not determined to have SMI. AHCCCS is also proposing to preserve the RBHAs as a choice option and provide a mechanism for affiliated contractors to hold a single contract with AHCCCS for non-ALTCS members.

AHCCCS is hosting community meetings across the state to gather feedback from stakeholders including members and their families, advocates and providers, to support and inform its efforts to develop integrated health plan contracts. Please RSVP to Sherri.Moncayo@azahcccs.gov as session capacity is limited.

For more information, please visit the General News section of the AHCCCS News & Updates page.

The AHCCCS Administration received inquiries from external parties that may pertain to the RFP. The AHCCCS Administration has provided the following responses to these inquiries as they may be relevant for interested parties.

Request For Proposal

  • Section L – Behavioral Health Utilizer Information
    • Introduction
    • Behavioral Health Utilizer Information (SFTP)


Questions about Solicitations, Contracts and Purchasing should be directed to Meggan LaPorte, Chief Procurement Officer: