Home Health Services


Some potential points to spur discussion:

  • The distribution of home health services implies that the industry tends to cluster together in large numbers, but in only some counties.
  • Home health services are more common in rural areas without a hospital.
  • Generally, higher shares of insured residents, regardless of private, Medicaid, or Medicare policy holders, lead to a higher likelihood of a county potentially having at least some home health services.

For the detailed journal article from which this map derives, see Van Sandt, Anders, Craig Wesley Carpenter, Rebekka Dudensing, and Scott Loveridge. 2021. “Estimating Determinants of Healthcare Establishment Locations with Restricted Federal Administrative Data.” Under review.

This project was supported by the Agricultural and Food Research Initiative Competitive Program of the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), award number 2017-67023-26242.


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