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Thu Jan 19, 2012
The tracking document below has information about the
implementation status of Arizona’s Medicaid Reform plan. Continue to check the website for
updates to the document.
AZ's Medicaid Reform Plan, 6/27/2012 [PDF]
Wed Mar 16, 2011
On March 15, 2011, Governor Brewer presented her plan to preserve Arizona's Medicaid
program with reforms that will drive down costs by an estimated $500 million in the
State's General Fund for the partial first year. The plan was approved by the Legislature
as part of the FY 2012 budget adoption and is subject to federal approval.
Medicaid Reform Plan [PDF]
AzHHA Notice of Dismissal 4/2/11 [PDF]
District Court Order re Injunction 3/23/11 [PDF]
District Court Order re Motion to Dismiss 3/23/11 [PDF]
Wed October 19, 2011
AHCCCS is providing information on the status of the October 1, 2011, rate reductions.
Click on the link for additional information and continue to check the AHCCCS website for
For more detail regarding the Provider Rate Reductions, please click on the links provided below:
Funding Pools Proposal [PDF]
Payment Reform Information [PDF]
Mon Sept 26, 2011
As part of Arizona's Medicaid Reform Plan, AHCCCS is reviewing opportunities to further
integrate care. The link below has more information.
AHCCCS Integration Page
2011 Benefit Changes
Tues April 17, 2012
CMS approved SPA #11-012, which establishes a 25-day annual inpatient limit effective
October 1, 2011. The limit applies to adults age 21 and older. See the link below for the
CMS approval package.
SPA 11-0012 [PDF]
Wed May 18, 2011
AHCCCS will hold a number of public meetings over the next few months to provide updates
on various aspects of
Arizona’s Medicaid Reform Plan [PDF] Specific information is provided in the link below.
Estimated Impact Data
Public Meeting Notice
Data Narrative and Detail [PDF]
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