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Health Choice, a subsidiary of IASIS Healthcare, is a provider-owned, managed care organization delivering robust healthcare services with innovative medical management programs to its members. Health Choice has more than 30,000 professional providers rendering healthcare services to more than 174,000 Medicaid and Medicare beneficiaries in Arizona and Utah. In addition, Health Choice operates Health Choice Preferred, a high-performance physician network in Arizona and Utah. The Health Choice suite of health plans and networks includes:

  • Health Choice Arizona has been contracted with the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) to provide managed care services to its members since October 1, 1990.
     
  • Health Choice Generations HMO is a Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug Special Needs Plan contracted with the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services to provide coverage to dual-eligible beneficiaries. Health Choice Generations HMO has operated in Arizona since January 2006.
     
  • Health Choice Utah is the newest addition to the IASIS family, recently signed a five-year contract with the Utah Department of Health (UDOH) to provide covered services to Medicaid beneficiaries. Health Choice Utah began serving its first enrollees on May 1, 2012.
     
  • Health Choice Preferred includes two high-performance networks comprised of high quality physicians, facilities and ancillary providers in Arizona and Utah. The focus of these physician-led, professionally managed networks is to deliver value to payors and patients by providing effective, efficient and timely health care services throughout the entire care continuum.

The Health Choice mission is to simplify a complex industry for providers and members to improve health outcomes and the quality of life in the communities we serve. Through its partnerships with the State of Arizona and the State of Utah, and its provider networks, Health Choice has developed strong managed care competencies, including:

  • Coordination of care for dual-eligible beneficiaries
  • Coordination of care for populations with complex needs
  • Partnerships and compliance with Medicaid and Medicare requirements
  • Collaborative approaches to care and cost efficiency with diverse groups of hospitals, physicians and other providers;
  • Robust, innovative and integrated clinical programs that include medical homes, transition of care and acute case management
  • Methodologies to manage quality, risk and complex payment models.