This metric is measured by the percentage of Arizonans who reported they do not have health insurance as compared to the national average.
When people need healthcare, it is important to them that it is accessible and affordable. For decades, healthcare costs, the price of insurance, and access to primary care and insurance plans have been under discussion. With the introduction of the Affordable Care Act and the expansion of the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), the number of Arizonans with insurance has increased, raising access to healthcare and reducing the need to use hospital emergency rooms for primary care.
Percentage of Arizonans without Health Insurance data are updated annually and are available for the following localities: