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In an effort to promote transparency and support the State’s Transparency website,
Arizona Open Books, AHCCCS is providing additional
information on direct payments made for medical and health related services in Arizona’s
Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) programs.
The AHCCCS expenditure/financial information provided on this website comes from
a variety of sources that may or may not tie to one another due to timing differences
between the Pre-Paid Medicaid Management Information System (PMMIS) transaction
posting dates and the Arizona Financial Information System (AFIS) payment posting
dates. The footnotes on each page include valuable information on the source
of the data provided.
Primary sources of AHCCCS financial data include:
The majority of the information provided on this website comes from PMMIS extracts
in the AHCCCS data warehouse. Based on the subsystem that the data is derived
from, the data will likely not tie to other sources for the reasons described above.
The AHCCCS program makes the majority of payments initially to health plans or managed
care organizations (see "Health Plan Payments" below). Additional information includes
payment amounts by various provider types at the provider level. Additional provider
types will be added over time so continue to check this page.
Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) [PDF] | [RTF]
SFY 2009 [PDF] | [RTF]
SFY 2010 [PDF] | [RTF]
SFY 2011 [PDF] | [RTF]
SFY 2012 [PDF] | [RTF]
SFY 2013 [PDF] | [RTF]
SFY 2014 [PDF] | [RTF]
Hospitals [XLSX] | [RTF]
Indian Health Services and 638 Facilities
(Funding is 100% Federal pass through; no state match required)
SFY09-SFY13 Facilities [PDF] | [RTF]
Nursing Facilities [PDF]
Emergency Transports [PDF]
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