Tag: network breadth

December Research Roundup: What We’re Reading

We at CHIR are excited to ring in the New Year with new health insurance research! In December we reviewed studies on health care spending, marketplace subsidies for employer plans, public opinions on a COVID-19 vaccination, and the structure of health plan networks. 

The Ever-Shrinking Pilot to Inform Consumers About Health Plans’ Network Size

The agency running the federal health insurance marketplace announced on September 30 they would provide information on the size of health plans’ provider networks in just four states “at some point” during the coming open enrollment season. This is a dramatic roll back from the anticipated availability of the system in 34 states in 2017. Sabrina Corlette takes a look at the latest guidance and what it means for consumers.

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