Arizona Care Network’s broad network of high-quality providers collaborate for your best care. Our free Care Coordination services help with the challenges that impact your health. Together with your provider, ACN can improve your health and deliver a better healthcare experience. Best of all, there’s never a bill for Care Coordination services for patients who qualify.
By doctors. For doctors.
ACN is a governed by physicians so decisions are made by those who know healthcare best. Our population health tools, resources and personal support help you save on administrative costs and succeed in the new Medicare environment. Broad payer contracts unlock your access to new patient populations.
High quality and cost-efficient care.
ACN is the value-based provider network for Dignity Health and Abrazo Community Health Network, plus hundreds of independent providers Valley-wide and the Phoenix Children’s Care Network. This creates a high performing network with a proven record of success and offers a wide variety of solutions for your employee benefits.
ACN is building a better state of care
Arizona Care Network (ACN) is a group of doctors and other healthcare providers who work together to improve healthcare and reduce costs by actively coordinating care for our patients.
Our Promise: The Quadruple Aim
We are 5,500 doctors in 1,800 care locations, all committed care that meets ACN’s high standards for quality and outcomes. Our services help doctors coordinate your care, even if you see multiple providers. This leads to better outcomes.
We know you have many choices and we must earn your loyalty. We’ll help remove some of the headaches of healthcare. Our Care Coordination team can guide you through any personal roadblocks to achieving your best health. Online tools help you find the right in-network provider for your needs.
Consumer experts agree, when you want to save money on healthcare, choose a provider who is in your network. And with ACN, your providers work as a team to manage your care efficiently and reduce costly duplication of services.
Because our doctors and other care givers need to be healthy themselves to deliver good healthcare, we support them with the tools and resources they need to succeed in the modern healthcare environment.
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As we age, joint pain is common in the hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, neck, wrists and hands. Our partners at Abrazo Community Health Network have provided 11 useful do's and don'ts if you are experiencing joint pain. Check out their tips at the link below to manage your pain and keep your body feeling healthy.Joint pain is a common condition in adults over 40 years old. If you have joint pain, whether it’s in your hip, knee, shoulders, elbows, neck, wrists, or hands, here are some dos and don’ts that can help you manage and/or treat your condition. bit.ly/3dPEmv6 #AbrazoStrong #GoodyearAZ #GlendaleAZ #PhoenixAZ #orthopedics #Kneepain #hippain ... See MoreSee Less
3,000 people visit Arizona emergency rooms due to heat-related illnesses annually. When you live in a dry state, it is important to be hyper-aware of the signs of dehydration to protect yourself and others. Stay fully hydrated and out of the emergency room this summer by using the tips in the article below.💦👇 ... See MoreSee Less
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There are over 100 thousand car crashes annually in Arizona, making it extremely important that all passengers are strapped in correctly when you're on the move.
Get important car seat safety tips from a certified child passenger safety technician at Phoenix Children's in the article below.Christina Tijerina, a certified child passenger safety technician at Phoenix Children’s, offers 7 common car seat mistakes families should avoid to ensure the safest possible ride for their children: bit.ly/2SEA3eM... See MoreSee Less
People living with chronic pain may be prescribed opioids as part of their treatment plan. If you or someone you love are prescribed medication, it is important to understand the risks and benefits.
Download our opioid toolkit to get valuable resources to effectively manage opioid prescriptions, lifestyle changes that can help manage pain, ways to save money on medication, and more. - bit.ly/3hRexNG... See MoreSee Less
Are you wanting to add more physical activity into your week, but aren't sure where to begin? The American Heart Association shared great tips in the post below on how you can get motivated to get moving!
Knowing the causes and signs of tetanus, as well as the appropriate cadence for vaccinations, can help you prevent this painful and potentially fatal condition. Dr. John Martinez, urgent care physicia...
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Cases of cervical cancer in the U.S. have decreased dramatically over the last 40 years, due to more and more women getting regular Pap tests (which can find cervical precancers). However, cervical cancer is still the 4th most common cancer among women.
Regular screenings are key to protecting your overall health! Women can begin screening for cervical cancer as early as age 21. Schedule an appointment with your doctor to ensure you are up-to-date on the recommended screenings for your age.
Learn more about cervical cancer from our partners at Abrazo Community Health Network by clicking the link below. 👇Did you know? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cervical cancer was the leading cause of cancer death among women in the United States. However, the number of cases and casualties has decreased significantly in the past 40 years. If detected early and managed effectively, cervical cancer is one of the most successfully treatable forms of cancer. Don’t delay your care. Learn more about screening early at bit.ly/35V7z3B #AbrazoStrong #PhoenixAZ #GlendaleAZ #GoodyearAZ #PeoriaAZ ... See MoreSee Less
People living with Alzheimer’s display specific symptoms that may worsen over time, including:
🧦Trouble with familiar tasks, such as doing the laundry or using a microwave 🧩Difficulties with problem-solving 😕Mood and personality changes 🙇♂️Withdrawal from friends, family and community 🧠Memory loss that affects daily activities ⏰Becoming disoriented about times or places
Knowing more about Alzheimer’s can help you or a loved one address this condition in its early stages. Learn more from our partners at Valleywise Health in the article below. 👇 ... See MoreSee Less