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Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
We know you want the right health insurance for your needs. UnitedHealthcare plans are designed to help you get the care you need. We work with federal and state governments to manage health insurance plans for people like you. Learn more by calling our member services phone number 1-800-348-4058.
Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- Information about COVID-19 is available from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Arizona Department of Health Services. The Arizona Poison Control System is now available to take COVID-19 calls from Arizona providers and the general public at 1-844-542-8201.
- AHCCCS COVID-19 Information: https://azahcccs.gov/AHCCCS/AboutUs/covid19.html
- AHCCCS FAQ Regarding COVID-19: https://azahcccs.gov/AHCCCS/AboutUs/covid19FAQ.html
State Press Releases:
Announcements from the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found below:
ANNOUNCEMENT: AHCCCS Statewide Stakeholder Forum Notification – April 2019
Please review the attached Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) fliers about upcoming statewide stakeholder forums for Home and Community Based Settings (HCBS). AHCCCS is making important changes to the HCBS program as required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and they'll be sharing information about the changes at the forums.
RSVP for a Stakeholder Forum
Please plan to attend one of the stakeholder forums in April. Space is limited, so you'll need to RSVP with AHCCCS by phone or email:
If you have a disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation, such as a sign language interpreter, when you RSVP. Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation.
AHCCCS Cuidado Completo (en espanol)
Scroll down to see some of the features and programs that United Healthcare Community Plan offers for its members.
me* Member Empowerment Program
We’ve created a member-centric culture for our members, providers and employees and named it me* for Member Empowerment.
For members it defines goals to help make their lives healthier and happier. For providers it shows how to become more engaged in outside activities that benefit members. For employees it lays out the specifics of how to help members meet their personal goals.
We want to help you stay connected! As a member or guardian of a UnitedHealthcare Community Plan Arizona member, you may get health support on your mobile phone at no cost.
You may qualify for mobile phone service from select Lifeline service providers, at NO COST to you, under the federal Lifeline Assistance program.
- Mobile health coaching programs.
- Tips and reminders via text for you and your family to stay healthy.
- Calls with our Member Services.
Choose the Lifeline service that’s right for you!
Lifeline service provider plans include data, talk and text at no cost to you. Already have Lifeline? You can keep your current Lifeline service, or go online to see if you qualify to switch your Lifeline service provider.
Apply now at UHCmyHealthLine.com. This benefit is available to members of Medicaid/AHCCCS and SSI.
UnitedHealthcare Healthy First Steps®
Build a healthy future for you and your baby, and earn great rewards. Our UnitedHealthcare Healthy First Steps® program helps keep you and your baby healthy during pregnancy and your baby’s first 15 months of life.
We will help you:
- Choose a pregnancy provider and a pediatrician (child’s doctor).
- Schedule visits and exams and arrange rides to your visits.
- Earn rewards for going to visits throughout your pregnancy and baby’s first 15 months of life.
- Get supplies, including breast pumps for nursing moms.
- Connect with community resources such as Women, Infants and Children (WIC) services.
Our HealthTalk newsletter is now online. The newsletters are a great way to learn about our health plan and important health topics.
You can read it whenever, wherever you want. Check back quarterly for a new edition.
Healthy weight. Getting exercise.
Losing weight does not have to be hard. Getting more exercise is one of the best ways. Try to get 60 minutes or more of exercise every day. It doesn’t have to mean doing hard exercises or going to the gym every day. Just move your body. Here are some ideas:
Move! Dancing to your favorite tunes can help you burn more than 300 calories an hour.
If you do play video games, play interactive ones where you have to move. You don’t even have to leave the house to move – try exercises like jumping jacks, marching in place, going up and down stairs, push-ups or sit-ups at home.
Walk! Take a walk with a friend outside. Walk your dog or your neighbor’s dog, or walk your cat! Instead of driving, walk or bike to school or a friend’s house.
Clean! Vacuum your room. Wash the car. Mow the lawn. Your parents will be happy, and it’s another chance for you to get more exercise, and maybe even have some fun.
Unplug! Limit your time watching TV or using your smartphone, computer or other device. Keep screen time to less than two hours a day. When you do watch TV or use your phone – try marching in place or exercising while you watch/play.
Healthy weight. Healthy eating.
Healthy Weight. Healthy You.
When you eat more calories than you use, your body stores the extra calories as fat. A few extra pounds are not bad for most people, but too many extra pounds and too much body fat can be bad for your health.* Doctors call this being “overweight” or “obese.”
Doctors use a measurement called body mass index (BMI), using your height and your weight to determine how much body fat you have. The best way to stay at a healthy weight or to lose weight is to make good food choices. Here are some easy ways to do that every day:
- Try to eat more vegetables and fruit than any other type of food whenever possible.
- Choose low-calorie foods or smaller portions when eating out.
- Pick healthy side dishes like apple slices or apple sauce instead of Ffrench fries. If you are really craving fries, try eating something healthy like a salad, apple slices or apple sauce first, then split a small portion of fries with a few other people.
- Drink water or milk instead of soda.
- Check the label – can you recognize all of the ingredients? If not, it might have a lot of extra stuff you don’t need, so look for other options. Try nuts or whole grain crackers instead of chips.
- Try replacing sugary snacks with things like yogurt or dried fruit (without added sugar). If you have a sweet tooth, try a small portion of your favorite sweet only once a day.
Learn about plan types
Dual Special Needs Plans (DSNP)
Dual special needs plans (also called "dual" plans) are for people who get both Medicaid and Medicare. Dual plans cover doctor visits, hospital stays and prescription drugs. They offer more benefits and extras than Original Medicare. You'll keep all your Medicaid benefits too.
Medicaid is health insurance for people with low incomes. You might be able to get Medicaid if you're pregnant, have children or live with a disability. In some cases, other adults also may qualify. Costs to you are low and based on your ability to pay. It's important to know that Medicaid rules and coverage differ from state to state.
Join the community-wherever you are.
Visit the UnitedHealthcare Community Plan on Facebook. The page includes ideas and insights for healthy living, and gives you a chance to connect with other members.
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