Association Between Insurer Connectivity in Appalachian Population Health Networks and Preventable Hospitalizations: Evidence from Kentucky
Examines insurer connectivity in community networks across regions in Kentucky, and the association between connectivity and the probability of experiencing a preventable hospitalization. Features statistics with breakdowns by urban, rural non-Appalachian, and Appalachian locations.
Rachel Hogg-Graham, Kelsey R. Gatton, Rick Ingram, Glen P. Mays
Journal of Appalachian Health, 5(2), 15-31
Appalachia · Cardiovascular disease · Chronic disease management · Chronic respiratory conditions · Community and faith-based initiatives · Diabetes · Health disparities · Hospitals · Human services · Inpatient care · Networking and collaboration · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Kentucky