Members and Families are Invited to Ask Questions about the New DDD Health Plans
The future DDD Health Plans is a competitive solicitation being administrated under the Arizona Procurement Code (A.R.S. § 41-2501 et. seq., and administrative rules and regulations (A.A.C. R2-7-101 et.seq.). The purpose of the Arizona Procurement Code is to ensure a fair and equitable treatment of all persons who deal with the procurement of materials and services by the State and safeguard the State’s procurement quality and integrity. As such, during an active solicitation, ADES/DDD is not able to provide additional information outside the solicitation documents or to carry on individual discussion(s) which could result in, or be perceived as, providing an unfair advantage to any possible bidder.
DDD values its members and their input and is interested in making sure this transition is successful for every member. If there are any questions that a member or their family may have about his or her services as it relates to these future health plans, please provide a question in writing and the DDD team will review your question and respond with an answer once an award has been made. In addition, after the award of the contracts, DDD will provide members with information and assistance to make informed decisions about their health plan choice options.
Please use the form below to ask questions or share ideas about the future DDD Health Plans. Be sure to type a valid e-mail address to hear back from us.
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