Arizona Care Network’s network of high-quality providers collaborate for your best care. Our Care Coordination staff become part of your healthcare team and provide services to help with 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.
By doctors. For doctors.
ACN is 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 Health, 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 care facilities 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 to 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. They are an important part of your healthcare team. Our online search tool can 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 providers 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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Our men’s health checklist was created to help you track whether or not you are current on the annual health screenings recommended for your age group. Check out the list below, which includes a print-friendly version so you can better manage your health and talk to your doctor about any exams that you are behind on.
Note: This checklist is not meant to replace the advice of your doctor. ... See MoreSee Less
About 11 million Americans over 12-years-old need vision correction and many eye issues can go unnoticed. Regular dilated eye exams are key to protecting your eyesight. Learn more about keeping an eye on your vision: bit.ly/3qtpvNz#GlaucomaAwarenessMonth... See MoreSee Less
January is the perfect time to jumpstart your health and wellness for the rest of the year. Check out the article below from our partners at Dignity Health Medical Groups to get a doctor's advice for better health in 2022. ... See MoreSee Less
Colon cancer is the 3️⃣rd most common cancer in the U.S., however, the 5-year survival rate is 90.6 percent when caught early. Top 3️⃣ benefits of colorectal cancer screenings:
⏰ Detect precancerous polyps, so they can be removed before they turn into cancer 💊 Find cancer early, when treatment works best 🔎 Identify signs of cancer when you do not have symptoms
If you are over the age of 45 and have not received a colorectal cancer screening, schedule an appointment with your doctor today. Learn more about this important screening in the article below.👇 ... See MoreSee Less
Annual physical exams are essential to keep your body healthy and identify any signs of illness early on. The women’s health screening guidelines in the article below will ensure you stay current on recommended screenings for your age group.
If you are an ACN member who needs to establish care with a primary care provider, you can use the Find-A-Doc tool on our website. Need help scheduling an appointment? Contact our concierge at 602.406.7226. ... See MoreSee Less
As a result of many women getting regular Pap tests, the number of cases of cervical cancer and the number of deaths from cervical cancer have decreased significantly in the U.S.
The two most important things women can do to prevent cervical cancer include: 💉 Get the HPV vaccine, which protects women against the types of HPV that most often cause cervical, vaginal, and vulvar cancers. 🔍 Get screened regularly to detect precancerous cells early.
Congratulations to our partners at Abrazo Community Health Network on this exciting expansion in the West Valley. We appreciate your commitment to providing exceptional care and we are looking forward to seeing how this medical campus serves the needs of the Buckeye community.Abrazo is pleased to announce that it has acquired land in Buckeye that will be developed into a future medical campus. Plans for the 27-acre property near the southwest corner of I-10 and Verrado Way include a medical office building, ambulatory services and an acute care hospital.
A new Abrazo Health campus will allow our network to invest in critical services and scale that meets the area’s needs. We see this as a long-term commitment to serve as a health care anchor for current and future residents of the West Valley.
Groundbreaking for the initial phase of the Buckeye campus is planned for 2022, and additional details will be shared at a later date. We are proud of all of our employees and providers, and our supportive governing board members, for their commitment to caring for and serving our communities.
Abrazo is well-positioned to grow and we are excited about the future of all of our medical campuses across the Valley. ... See MoreSee Less
Cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. Smoking can be a hard habit to kick, but the impact on your overall health is immense. So immense that your body begins recovering just 20 minutes after quitting.
We've compiled reasons for you to stop smoking, the benefits, and ways to stop in the article below. Commit to quit in 2022 - your health depends on it. You've got this! #Resolutions#newyear... See MoreSee Less
When the holidays are over and the New Year is upon us, we are often faced with unexpected hurdles when it comes to dealing with grief.
Join our partners at Phoenix Children's at the event below to participate in activities and discussions meant to help process feelings and preserve memories. RSVP by calling 602-933-0253 by tomorrow, Dec. 29. ... See MoreSee Less
Gathering with loved ones over the next couple weeks? Our partners at Dignity Health Medical Groups have provided tips from Dr. Cudahy in the post below. Watch the video to get a doctor's advice on how to stay healthy while spending time with friends and family this holiday season. ... See MoreSee Less
The doctors and care facilities who are part of ACN are highly committed to improving health outcomes and enhancing the patient experience. You can use our Find a Provider tool to search our network of over 6,000 providers and locate a doctor near you. Convenient, high-quality care is just a few clicks away. Get started by clicking the link below.👇🔍 ... See MoreSee Less
Do you know the warning signs of a stroke? It's important to act F.A.S.T because the treatments that work best are only available if the stroke is recognized and diagnosed within the first 3 hours of symptoms. Learn more about acting F.A.S.T: bit.ly/3pSCMhi... See MoreSee Less
Type 2 diabetes most often develops in adults over age 45, but it is becoming more common to see children, teens, and young adults developing it.
Join the American Diabetes Association at their Facebook live event taking place tomorrow, December 15th at 5 pm MST. They will be discussing topics including:
⛓ Links to prediabetes and diabetes 👩💻 Effects of a sedentary lifestyle 🧬 Role of genetics ➕ and much more!Join us for a Facebook Live event on Dec. 15 at 7 pm ET on the ADA Facebook page about preventing obesity and type 2 diabetes. Hear from our experts on topics such as risk factors of type 2 diabetes, links to prediabetes and diabetes, effects of a sedentary lifestyle, what role genetics plays, weight management history, motivation and triggers, and other issues that may indicate they are tracking towards developing type 2 diabetes. Learn what ADA Resources are available to help you on your journey. ... See MoreSee Less