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Arizona Complete Health Launches User-Friendly Mobile App for Medicaid Members

Date: 08/31/20

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Mobile app allows members with chronic conditions to manage their medications for no additional cost

August 31, 2020 (Phoenix, AZ) – Arizona Complete Health is expanding its suite of telehealth services by offering a new mobile app service to Medicaid members challenged with managing a chronic disease. Through a partnership with the Wellth program, the new mobile app is offered at no cost and makes it easier for members to manage their medications, allowing them to take charge of their own health on their own schedule.

Using the mobile app program will also allow members to earn up to $150 in healthy rewards through the My Health Pays Rewards Program. Thousands of Arizona Complete Health Medicaid members will be able to access the intuitive mobile app experience where they will receive daily reminders about their medication management and be able to view their monthly rewards balance.

“Telehealth is changing the standard of healthcare by allowing for improved access and better health outcomes for people who face barriers to receiving traditional care,” said Arizona Complete Health’s Vice President of Pharmacy Operations, Jill Hanson. “As a pharmacist, I have seen firsthand how important it is to give patients who are challenged with chronic conditions the tools they need to manage their own medications. We are excited to offer this mobile app and empower our members to take charge of their own health.”

The program’s benefits include improved health outcomes through member medication adherence, building long-term healthy habits and enhanced member engagement and experience. Wellth’s solution has already demonstrated approximately 90% of patients adhering to their medication treatment therapy, which will help keep them healthy and improve their quality of life.

"We are thrilled to partner with Arizona Complete Health to launch our first Medicaid behavior change program in the State of Arizona," said Matt Loper, CEO of Wellth. “Through this program, we hope to not only improve daily health behaviors, but also develop lasting habits that lead to better long-term health outcomes at a reduced cost."