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WHY IT MATTERS

Health and well-being are essential to our quality of life and to the success of our communities.

WHAT SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE

Arizonans enjoy good health, live in healthy communities, and have access to affordable health care and wellness resources.

 

The following metrics have been identified through a rigorous process in consultation with Arizona leaders and subject matter experts.

 

Health and Well-being Progress Meter Data Profile Report

This local report is intended to provide timely and trusted data that can be used by communities to better inform them on how they are doing on what matters most to them. Within this document, you may compare select Arizona geographies on key measures in this Progress Meter. In future updates, these reports will contain the most recent and regularly-updated data available on-demand.

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HEALTH-RELATED OUTCOMES

Incidence of Cardiac and Cerebral Disease

Incidence of Diabetes

HEALTH-RELATED INPUT AND INTERMEDIATE METRICS

Access to Primary Care Practitioners

Air Quality - Particulates and Ozone

Ozone

PM10

PM2.5

Obesity

Physical Activity

Relative Amount of Arizonans without Health Insurance

Relative Cost of Arizona Healthcare

 

HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
DATA INSIGHT

64.8%

Of Arizonans are overweight or obese

With 64.8% of its population in 2017 as overweight or obese and 29.5% obese alone, Arizona’s residents fare slightly better than the national average of 66.6% and 31.3% respectively.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

295%

More likely to have an infant under 1 year-old die if you’re African American in Arizona

There are significant racial and ethnic inequities in Arizona with almost three times the infant mortality in 2016 within the African American community than White populations. Native American and Latino infant mortality is also notably high.

Source: Annual Arizona Health Status and Vital Statistics 2016 Annual Report

 

 

ORGANIZATIONS CONSULTED FOR THIS METER

• Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers

• Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

• Arizona Department of Health Services

• Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association

• Banner Health

• Care 1st Health Plan Arizona

• Children’s Action Alliance

• Dignity Health

• Edunuity

• Honor Health

• Mountain Park Health Center

• The Arizona Council of Human Service Providers

• University of Arizona Center for Rural Health

• Vitalyst Health Foundation

 


 

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