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Manage Your Condition

DMCCU stands for Disease Management Centralized Care Unit (DMCCU). The Anthem Medicaid DMCCU program gives you a choice and a voice in how to care for your health. With the help of licensed nurses who are DMCCU case managers, you will learn to better manage your condition and improve your quality of life.

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Bipolar disorder

Bipolar disorder happens in a person’s brain. It can cause unusual changes in mood, energy and level of activity, and make it hard to carry out routine day-to-day tasks.

A person who lives with bipolar disorder can have extreme mood swings. They can have long periods of feeling “high” or overly happy. This is called a manic episode.

They can also have periods of feeling very low, down, worried or hopeless. This is called a depressive episode. These feelings can make it hard to concentrate and to stay in touch with family and friends.

What can you do if you think you might be living with bipolar disorder?

Talk to your primary care provider (PCP). They can help you get a proper diagnosis. With treatment and support, people with bipolar disorder can live healthy, happy and productive lives.

DMCCU is all about you

How to participate

Call 1-888-830-4300 (TTY 711) toll free. You will be asked some questions about your health to help get you started. You can also enroll online in one of our programs by emailing us your request at dmself-referral@anthem.com

We can help you with your condition. Our services include:

  • One-on-one help with depression, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder
  • Treatment from a licensed mental health caregiver
  • Specialist referrals, if needed
  • Information about resources in your area
  • Phone calls to you and your doctors to track your progress

Major Depressive Disorder

Bipolar Disorder


Substance Use Disorder


We cover health care and support services based on your heart condition, such as Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), hypertension and Congestive Heart Failure (CHF). Services include:

  • Heart health education materials and one-on-one support with a nurse
  • Medical equipment you need, such as a scale, to help you manage your health
  • A home health nurse when needed to provide personalized help for diets and when and where to go for care for your condition
  • Phone calls to you and your doctors to track your progress
  • Information about heart education programs in your community

Congestive Heart Failure

Coronary Artery Disease



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Anthem Medicaid has a care management program for HIV/AIDS. This program will help you better understand and manage your HIV/AIDS. We can assist you to set health goals and create a care plan that fits your lifestyle. You do not have to join the program. You are automatically enrolled as an <Anthem Medicaid> member, unless you opt out of the program.


Anthem Medicaid covers health care and support services based on your lung condition. Lung conditions include asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).


Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)


DMCCU case managers work with you by phone to create health goals and develop a plan to reach them. They educate you about your condition and help you take more control of your care.

DMCCU Overview

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Health Risk Assessment

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