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.
*HEAPlus is Arizona’s
online application. As a Community Partner you can provide application assistance to your customers, receive
real-time electronic verification of many eligibility factors, track application status and more!
Here, you can find information about how to register as a provider, verify member
eligibility and enrollment status, submit claims, and obtain manuals, guides, and
AHCCCS has contracted with Navigant Consulting http://www.navigant.com/
to provide assistance in analyzing the impact of, and potentially acquiring and
implementing, a DRG-based inpatient hospital payment system. More information can
be found on the AHCCCS Transition
to DRG-based Payment web page.
The Arizona Association of Health Plans (AzAHP), representing the organizations that contract
with AHCCCS to provide for the health care needs of Arizona’s Medicaid members, is pleased to
announce the creation of a new Credentialing Alliance aimed at making the credentialing and
recredentialing process easier for our providers by eliminating duplication of efforts and
reducing administrative burdens. Before the launch of the Alliance, practitioners who contract
with the various AHCCCS health plans needed to have their credentials established and refreshed
with each individual health plan in a costly and duplicative process. Today, through the
entrepreneurial efforts of AzAHP, it’s now a one stop credentialing shop for those in our networks.
Additional information regarding the new AzHHP Credentialing Alliance may be found in the provider
Meetings will be held at AHCCCS (701 E Jefferson, Gold Room, Phoenix, Arizona) from
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on the following dates:
AHCCCS will be working on a transition to the ICD10 code set effective for outpatient/professional
dates of service and Inpatient dates of discharge 10/1/2014 and after. More information can be found
on the AHCCCS ICD10 Consortium web page.