Magellan Complete Care of Arizona provider materials
Magellan Complete Care of Arizona (MCC of AZ) appreciates your commitment to serving our members. To make it easy for you to focus on caring for our members, we’ve compiled our provider materials all in one place. If you have any questions or suggestions, please reach out to us.
MCC of AZ provider manual
2020 MCC of AZ provider manual (Effective January 1, 2020)
MCC of AZ frequently asked provider questions (FAQ)
MCC of AZ’s preferred drug list
MCC of AZ has a list of covered drugs that we choose with the help of a team of doctors and pharmacists. This list of covered drugs includes the AHCCCS acute and long-term care drug list. These lists include which drugs are covered by MCC of AZ and also tells you if there are any rules or restrictions on any drugs, such as a limit on the amount members can get.
Please review this list to find out what drugs are covered by MCC of AZ. If you would like a paper copy of the , please call MCC of AZ at 1-800-424-5891 to request a copy be mailed to you. Please be aware that this list may change throughout the year.
If an MCC of AZ member is currently taking a drug that is impacted by a change to the list of covered drugs, we will notify the member in writing [30 days] prior to the change taking effect. You can review the AHCCCS preferred drug lists and the MCC of AZ preferred drug list on our MCC of AZ provider page.
MCC of AZ provider trainings
We know that it can be challenging to find time to attend trainings and educational opportunities. MCC of AZ has made the following trainings available for you and your staff to review on your time.
Finding a Fix: Oral Health Solutions to Opioid Misuse and Abuse
One-hour CE toward opioids and chemical dependency for dental professionals. Click here to learn more.
Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances (EPCS)
Effective January 1, 2020, a Schedule II substance that is an opioid can only be dispensed with an electronic prescription order as mandated by HB2075.
Health Current’s 2019 EPCS Click for Control has been developed in partnership with the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and the Arizona Board of Pharmacy to help providers meet the new requirements.
Providers can access the 2019 EPCS Click for Control campaign here for resources to help meet the new requirements.
Previous webinars were recorded and are available online.
For other EPCS questions, please email Health Current at email@example.com or call [602-688-7200].
Click here to read the full notice from AHCCCS regarding HB2075.