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Utah Health Insurance

Find an Affordable Utah Health Insurance Plan that's right for you.

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Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or "Obamacare", health insurance is available and more affordable for everyone, especially to those with the lowest incomes since it helps subsidize costs. Some of the ways you can obtain health insurance coverage is through the Utah exchange, through an employer's plan, public programs like Medicaid and CHIP, directly from a private insurance provider, or through health insurance marketplaces like GoHealth. We partner with over 300+ private insurers to help Utah residents compare plans and benefits, and get better health insurance at the lowest cost.

Living in Utah means you gain access to many health insurance options. The options you can choose from will include something for everybody with different types of health coverage, price points, and carriers.

If you choose to go without health insurance in Alabama, you may end up paying out-of-pocket. This can get very expensive, even after just one trip to the emergency room or doctor. With so many choices available for your health coverage needs, there’s no reason to take the risk.

It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for health coverage in Utah for just you or for an entire family, there’s a plan to fit your budget and needs.

Healthcare in Utah

Finding affordable health insurance in Utah doesn't need to be difficult. With so many choices, the right plan for you does exist. Before making your decision, consider the following statistics about health care coverage in Utah and the insurance options available below:


Total Utah Residents


Utah uninsured residents


Total Utah HMO enrollment

Outline of Utah

Avg Utah hospital cost per inpatient day (before insurance)


Avg annual employee premium in Utah employer-sponsored plan (after employer contribution)

Source data according to the Kaiser Family Foundation:

Health Insurance Coverage of the Total Population, states (2017), U.S. (2017); Total HMO Enrollment, January 2016; Average Single Premium per Enrolled Employee;
For Employer-Based Health Insurance, 2017; Hospital Adjusted Expenses per Inpatient Day, 2017