The Alaska Medicaid — Health Care Services program is the primary public program for financing basic health and long-term care services for low-income Alaskans. It is funded equally by federal and state general funds. The program focuses on coverage for low-income:
- Pregnant women
- Senior citizens
- The blind
- The permanently disabled
Comagine Health's Role — Utilization Management
We are contracted by Alaska Medicaid — Health Care Services to improve health and control costs. Qualified Alaskan health care professionals work to see that the right people get the right services at the right time.
Appealing a Denied Service
You can request an appeal by phone, fax or mail.
- Phone: 888-240-0437
- Fax: 800-826-3630
Attn: Alaska Medicaid Appeals
P.O. Box 33400
Seattle, WA 98133
Comagine Health's Role — Case Management
Comagine Health's case managers are licensed professionals with extensive training and experience. Case management is free, optional support for individuals with a catastrophic injury or illness or a chronic medical condition.
Comagine Health case managers can:
- Identify health care concerns
- Gather information to help you make the best health care choices possible, within your benefits plan
- Serve as a resource for your health care team and family
- Coordinate referrals
- Assist in obtaining health care services to promote the best outcomes
To get started, contact:
Deon Westmorland RN, BSN, CCM
Senior Director, Care Management
800-949-7536, ext. 2347
Questions About Alaska Medicaid — Health Care Services
Please call State of Alaska Medicaid — Health Care Services at 800-780-9972 or visit their website.