What's New in Massachusetts Health Care

  • Health Care Enrollment Trends in Massachusetts

    CHIA’s Enrollment Trends offers insights into changes in Massachusetts health insurance coverage. Coverage is defined as unique Massachusetts residents with primary medical membership in the 14 largest commercial payers, MassHealth (Medicaid), and Medicare.

  • Hospital Readmissions

    Hospital readmissions are a central issue to improving health care quality and reducing costs. 

    After declining slightly from 16.1% in 2011 to 15.5% in 2012, and 15.2% in 2013, the all-payer readmission rate stayed essentially the same in 2014, at 15.3%.

  • High Deductible Health Plans

    This brief explores coverage and cost details for High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) members.

    Almost one-fifth (19%) of Massachusetts commercial market members were enrolled in a HDHP.

  • MassHealth Baseline Statistics from the MA APCD

    MassHealth Baseline Statistics provides a specific overview of the MassHealth population, with a focus on spending for Standard coverage in the Fee-For-Service (FFS) and the Primary Care Clinician (PCC) plan delivery systems.

Link to geographical analysis page


CHIA has recently produced several interactive maps of Massachusetts health care data. These maps allow users to better understand variations in health care spending and utilization by displaying recent data on a town-by-town or regional basis.