Arizona Affordable Care Act Coalition

Report
Coalition Survey Analysis
July 18, 2013
County
Number
Greenlee County
13
Graham County
14
Gila County
15
Santa Cruz County
16
Apache County
17
Navajo County
17
Yavapai County
17
Cochise County
18
Pinal County
20
Coconino County
23
La Paz County
26
Mohave County
26
Yuma County
26
Maricopa County
44
Pima County
47
Non-Profit
33
35
30
Health Care Provider
27
25
CBO
19
20
Government
18
15
10
5
0
Advocacy
10
Academic
7
Business (≥50)
9
Business (<50)
5
Association
All Volunteer 2
2
Faith-Based
3
Other
6
Individual
1
Undecided
6%
No
19%
Yes
75%
60
50
40
30
Written Materials
48
Webinars
47
Web Site Referrals
37
Train Trainers
37
Presentations
26
20
10
0
Undecided
2
Other
3
• Identify uninsured individuals who qualify for the Health Marketplace or Medicaid. For example, you could
ask customers who receive services from you if they have health insurance.
• Inform individuals, groups, and/or organizations (including your own) about the Health Marketplace. For
example, you could send email, distribute printed materials, post information on your web site, publish
information in your church bulletin, post links on social media accounts, and/or present at staff meetings.
• Educate individuals, groups, and/or organizations about the Health Marketplace. For example, you could
join the Coalition’s Speakers’ Bureau to present to groups, or educate your organization.
• Refer uninsured individuals to organizations that will help with education and/or enrollment. For example,
you could provide customers with a list of local patient navigators and community assisters.
• Conduct in-reach or outreach to individuals, groups, and/or organizations about the Health Marketplace.
For example, you could incorporate ACA materials into existing outreach efforts, participate in community
events, and/or have staff and volunteers provide information to customers.
• Enroll individuals into the Health Marketplace or Medicaid. For example, you could obtain certification as
a patient navigator or community assister to help customers understand their eligibility and health insurance
options.
60
50
40
Identify
52
Inform
56
Refer
55
Educate
47
Conduct
42
Enroll
40
30
20
10
0
Other
5
None
2
Unsure
8
Identify
Inform
Educate
Refer
Conduct
Enroll
Other
None
Behavioral Health
18
20
19
24
5
6
0
5
CHCs or Rural Health Centers
18
20
22
20
9
13
1
4
Hospitals
16
17
17
17
8
7
1
5
Low Income Childless Adults (<138% FPL)
35
38
39
39
19
26
1
2
Low Income Families (<250% FPL)
37
40
39
37
21
29
1
1
Older Adults (50-64 years)
30
35
34
33
18
25
1
2
Persons with Chronic Diseases and PCIP Clients
26
29
32
31
16
21
1
2
Young Adults (18-34 years)
34
38
37
34
20
26
3
3
Culturally Diverse Communities
35
35
34
34
19
26
1
1
African Americans
22
26
23
26
11
17
1
3
Asian/Pacific Islanders
19
23
20
23
11
15
1
3
Hispanics/Latinos
30
32
30
35
16
22
1
2
LGBT
20
25
23
26
13
17
1
4
Migrant Workers
16
17
16
19
8
12
0
5
Native Americans
23
28
25
28
12
18
1
2
Refugees/Immigrants
17
19
17
20
10
14
0
5
4
6
5
5
2
2
0
1
Other
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Arizonans with Disabilities
Homeless Persons
Persons in rural areas
Other Not-for-profit Organizations
Community Providers
Adults in Community Corrections and the Criminal Jusatice System
Low Income, Unemployed, and/or Underemployed Adults
The Insurance Buying Public
No Answer
4%
Unsure
29%
Yes
57%
No
10%
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Area Agency on Aging, Region One
Arizona Bridge to Independent Living - ABIL
Arizona Living Well Institute
Asian Pacific Community in Action
AZ Association of Health Underwriters - NAHU
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River
Cenpatico of Arizona
Children's Action Alliance
Cochise Health & Social Services
Desert Mission
Dignity Health
Flanagan-Hyde Solutions, LLC
Health Care Act and You
Helping Families In Need
Inspire Inc.
Jewish Family & Children's Services of Southern AZ
Komen Central and Northern Arizona
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La Paz Regional Hospital
Maricopa County Department of Public Health
Maricopa County Ryan White Part A Program
Maricopa Integrated Health System
North Country Health Care
Phoenix Day Kids HealthLinks
Pima Community Access Program (PCAP)
Regional Center for Border Health, Inc.
St. Elizabeth's Health Center
St. Luke's health Initiatives
Sunset CHC
U of A - Center for Rural Health
U of A - Mobile Health Program
U of A - Zuckerman College of Public Health
United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
Valley Interfaith Project
Worthy Institute

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