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Tucson City, Pima, Arizona Health Insurance

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State Government Insurance Programs Offered

Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP)

Covers broad range of benefits, including primary and specialty care, hospital care, and prescription drugs.

AHCCCS - Arzona Health Care Cost Containment System

Some benefits include Preventive care, Doctor’s visits, Hospital services, Lab and x-rays, Emergency care, Family planning, Dialysis, Surgery, Behavioral health services, Podiatry, pregnancy, immunizations, physical exams, annual well-woman exams, specialist care, Prescription drugs for non-Medicare recipients. Children under 21 also receive dental, vision, hearing services, and Early and Periodic Screening Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT).


Provides medical coverage for individuals who do not qualify for other AHCCCS programs due to income. May be eligible if they have medical expenses in the month of application (or the previous month) that reduce their monthly income to 40% FPL

Well Woman Health Check Program

Cancer screening for women such as clinical breast exams, mammograms, pelvic exams and Pap smear tests. Provides financial help to women who are diagnosed with breast cancer through the program and are unable to qualify for other assistance or to pay for treatment on their own.

Baby Arizona

Gives prenatal care to pregnant women while they wait to see if they are eligible for AHCCCS Health Insurance. Staff will put the woman in touch with a doctor in her area that will help her apply for AHCCCS Health Insurance.

Indian Health Services

Available programs vary depending on health center and may include primary and child care, prenatal and post delivery care, family planning (birth control), minor surgical and orthopedic care, pharmacy, dental and orthodontics, optometry, nursing, mental health, laboratory and radiology.


A federal health care system that provides coverage to America's seniors (aged 65 or older) or those under 65 but with a disability or end-stage renal disease. Medicare has 4 parts: Part A which covers hospital care is free of charge; Part B covers medical care. Members need to pay for Part B coverage at a minimal cost. Part C is a combination of the coverage of Parts A and B which members can purchase from Medicare-approved private insurers. Part D covers prescription drugs which are also purchased through private insurance companies.

Heath Care Reform

Through tax credits, small business owners can provide their employees with health insurance coverage without needing to spend so much on their premiums.

Medicare members who fell to the Medicare gap can expect to receive a rebate check of  $250.

Early retirees who are waiting to be eligible for Medicare can be assured of continued coverage because of a $5 billion support for health plans providing early retirement coverage.

The health care reform gives a $1.5 billion fund for scholarships for health care providers working in areas where there is a scarcity of medical professionals.

Uninsured residents with pre-existing condition can now have coverage through a transitional high-risk pool. This is in preparation for 2014 when the health care reform’s provision that will prohibit insurers from denying coverage to applicants with a pre-existing condition.

Children until the age of 26 can stay on their parent’s policy as dependents regardless if they are still students, working (for as long as their employer doesn’t offer health insurance benefits) or still living with their parents.

No more liftetime limits on health plans. Annual limits will also be strictly regulated.

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