Medical centers around Arizona are being targeted for new rules requiring that people with chronic conditions receive a prescription from a primary care physician

Flagstaff Medical Center is the largest in the state, with an average of 6.6 beds per patient.

It also has the largest number of Medicaid beneficiaries in the area, with nearly 9,000.

But its primary care physicians and residents aren’t being encouraged to accept those Medicaid cards.

Instead, doctors must use a special ID card that contains a code that can be verified by a government computer.

It’s not clear whether this will apply to patients with certain conditions or not, but the county health department is advising that doctors with chronic illnesses are being told that they must use this card.

The new rules also require doctors to make sure that people who have a chronic condition have a doctor who has a prescription.

This requires them to send their ID cards to a central server, and to check that the prescription has not been lost or stolen.

And they are told that if they fail to send the prescription to the central server within 30 days, the card will be automatically revoked and the person will have to get a new one.

The department isn’t giving details about the specific circumstances under which a card can be revoked, but officials have suggested that the cards are being sent to a person with a history of substance abuse.

These are the kinds of issues that are typically addressed by prescription drug monitoring programs.

“The primary care providers are in the business of caring for people, not making money,” says Jason Mrazek, who runs the Flagstaff Community Health Program, which runs the hospital and two other medical centers in the county.

“There’s no way we’re going to do that with a card.”

Flagstaff’s primary care doctor, James Johnson, says he’s received the warning.

“This is an area of care where we are making a significant commitment,” he says.

“We are the healthiest in the country, and we’re trying to do it responsibly.”

Flagstone, another nearby medical center with nearly 6,000 patients, recently made a similar change.

It announced last year that it would require doctors with certain chronic conditions to get prescriptions from a licensed health care provider.

The changes, which were announced by the state Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), are meant to improve patient access and to improve access to care for people with certain health conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease.

But Johnson says the changes are not sufficient.

“It is a requirement that they can have a prescription,” he tells The Verge.

“And if they can’t have a proper prescription, then they have to pay to get one, and that’s going to impact people who are in our program and our population.”

A spokesperson for Flagstaff said the new rules will not affect the hospital’s ability to provide primary care.

“All of our doctors and staff are qualified to do their job, and are required to get their prescriptions,” the spokesperson said in a statement.

“They are being directed to do so by a system that is fully automated and automated to provide the correct information to the appropriate health care professional.”

The health department said that doctors who receive the card for their primary care work are not required to use it for their care.

But it also said that people in other health care settings who do not have a primary card will still need to follow the rules.

“Primary care physicians are in a unique position to use the card to provide quality care for patients, and will do so with respect for their health and the patient’s health,” the department said in its statement.

Mrazeg, the county doctor, says that if the new requirements are enforced, Flagstaff would lose its current doctors and residents.

“That’s just ridiculous,” he said.

“What’s going on?

The county is not going to accept that card.

That’s ridiculous.

Flagstaff, with its 4,000 primary care doctors and nearly 2,500 other doctors, has a huge population of chronic illnesses and serious medical conditions.

“Because when you’re dealing with chronic disease, you want people to know about it.” “

You don’t want to have a lot of patients that have conditions that are not well-known to primary care,” he explains.

“Because when you’re dealing with chronic disease, you want people to know about it.”

The new regulations will also affect the health department’s ability a large part of Flagstaff.

According to the county, it is already taking steps to improve the way it handles Medicaid enrollees, including adding new providers to the network, training doctors to recognize patients’ illnesses, and hiring a new deputy director to oversee the program.

But Flagstaff officials say that if a person is deemed too ill to get the health care they need, they will be told to find another provider.

“If we have a patient who’s on Medicaid who is so ill, then we don’t have enough doctors,” Mraze says.

The health care system is also facing increasing competition.

The county has long been