Example questions include: tracking how the insurance commissioner and the exchange director interact and to what extent regulations specifically lay out guidelines for call center functionality. The Regulation of Choice Architecture Dataset, along with the Plan Benefit Design dataset and a forthcoming Navigators and Brokers Dataset, is part of a group of datasets that examine choice architecture on the web portals.
Funding for HIX 2.0, and the Regulation of Choice Architecture Dataset, was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Note: If you are using the Regulation of Choice Architecture Dataset for research purposes, please cite the dataset as follows: Baker, T.; Town, R. (2014): Health Insurance Exchanges 2.0 Dataset. Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
The Regulation of Choice Architecture Dataset was last updated on February, 2014.
The creation of the datasets is a work in progress. We welcome your suggestions. Please contact Gabbie Nirenburg at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments, or ideas for improvement in the datasets. The datasets are regularly updated and we will attempt to incorporate your comments.