The DHCS is excited to introduce MedExpert, our new partner who will be providing services to AMCCI members. On December 22, MedExpert began providing case management services and started making calls to AMCCI members.
Alaska Medicaid Coordinated Care Initiative (AMCCI)
About the Initiative
The Division of Health Care Services (Division) is proud to announce an exciting new program, the Alaska Medicaid Coordinated Care Initiative (AMCCI). The new voluntary program will provide one-on-one case management services including care coordination, scheduling appointments, addressing barriers, and referrals to specialists and social service supports.
Do you know someone like Jenny? Jenny worked regularly until, after experiencing several personal tragedies, she lost her job. Shortly thereafter, she lost her home. She now stays with friends when she can and shelters when she can’t. She says she’s sad most the time and sometimes skips meals. Jenny is a middle aged diabetic patient who doesn’t always take her medication. Jenny moves around a lot and sometimes can’t find her pills. The hospital is nearby. She goes to the emergency room when she feels sick.
Though Jenny’s story is an illustration, the health care community regularly receives visits from patients with similar complexities. With this new program, the Division hopes to help patients like Jenny. If you know a patient who may benefit from this program, please complete the Member Referral form linked to this website.
We welcome your feedback. Your comments will assist the Division as we continue our work to improve the program.
We encourage our community stakeholders to refer members to the AMCCI. Your referrals will assist the Division identify members that may benefit from the AMCCI services.