Regulating Network Adequacy for Rural Populations: Perspectives of Five States
Policy brief describing a study exploring how California, Kentucky, Montana, Texas, and Wisconsin define insurance network adequacy and how much consideration is given to rural issues in regulating their networks. Features statistics including these states' rural population, rural percent of total population, rural area in square miles, number of marketplace networks, and percent that are narrow networks.
Michelle Casey, Carrie Henning-Smith, Jean Abraham, Ira Moscovice
University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center
Access · Health insurance · Legislation and regulations · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · California · Kentucky · Montana · Texas · Wisconsin