Close
Bonneville Phoenix Network
 KTAR News
 Arizona Sports
92.3 FM KTAR
Menu
Social
Latest News

Arizonans rush to get insurance busy on last day

PHOENIX -- Nonprofit groups helping Arizonans sign up for health insurance they are swamped with last-minute requests for help.

Monday's surge of people comes on the final day of this year's open enrollment for private health insurance bought through the federal marketplace.

The Arizona Association of Community Health Centers is the lead group coordinating enrollment outreach in Arizona. Spokeswoman Tara McCollum Plese said the group has a raft of appointments with people needing help. A number of other groups are also helping walk-ins including the Urban League and Enroll America.

Enroll Arizona's Phoenix location had lines out the door as people waited for help signing up.

Those seeking insurance this year must create an account on the government's healthcare.gov website, which has < ahref="http://ktar.com/25/1718639/Health-care-site-stumbles-on-last-signup-day"> been having issues, by Monday night and will have another two weeks to pick a plan.

World Class Arizona

  • APSWorld Class Arizona with Arizona's largest and longest-serving electricity utility. APS serves more than 1.2 million customers in 11 of the state's 15 counties.

Voice For A Better Arizona

About the Author


Comments

comments powered by Disqus
Latest News