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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An important reminder from our partners at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center. Visit the link below to get more information on how you and your family can stay healthy during this flu season. #FightFluFlu season is here! It's important to take steps to keep you and your family flu free, especially during the fall and winter months when influenza cases are the most prevalent. For flu prevention tips, please visit: dignityhlth.org/3mAJqHd. #FightFlu ... See MoreSee Less
48.6 percent of people living in the U.S. have used at least one prescription drug in the past 30 days. Medication cost is a common stressor for many people.
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Check out the lists provided below and talk to your doctor if there are any exams that you are behind on. These screenings are key to keeping you healthy.
October is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. Early detection is key to treating breast cancer effectively. Follow the steps in the article below to ensure you are getting screened according to your doctor's recommendation.
If you are over the age of 50 and have not been screened for breast cancer, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with your doctor today to discuss this important screening. ... 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 Doc 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
Many older adults take multiple medications, which can increase the risk of negative interactions.
HealthinAging.org provides information at the link below to keep you and your loved ones safe by using The American Geriatrics Society's Beers Criteria for medication. This criteria includes medications and interactions that could be potentially harmful.
ACN’s care coordination team is a group of dedicated health professionals who work with your doctor to connect you to the care you need in order to maintain your overall health. If you struggle with a chronic illness, manage multiple medications, or are in the process of moving between care settings, our care coordination services may benefit you.
You can learn more about care coordination at the link below. To find out if you are eligible, contact our concierge team by calling 602.406.7226 or emailing email@example.com. ... See MoreSee Less
A great reminder from our partners at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center. Learn what you need to know about the symptoms, risk factors, and treatment of ovarian cancer at the link below. #OvarianCancerAwarenessMonthOvarian cancer is a group of diseases that begin in the female reproductive organs and are most effectively treated when discovered in the early stages. Ovarian cancer can cause signs and symptoms, so it's important to listen to your body and see a doctor.
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A highly recommended prescription for high cholesterol levels? Exercise.🚶
Check out the article below from our partners at Abrazo Community Health Network to get the scoop on 6 exercises that may help lower bad cholesterol (LDL) levels. #NationalCholesterolEducationMonthTo honor National Cholesterol Education Month, we’d like to feature a recent prescription for cholesterol recommended by the American Heart Association (AHA). That prescription is exercise. Learn more at bit.ly/3CgwMDH #GoodyearAZ #GlendaleAZ #ScottsdaleAZ #PhoenixAZ #nationalcholesteroleducationmonth ... See MoreSee Less
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