Report: Out-of-network visits for mental health, substance use remain high in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Islanders regularly venture out of network for mental health care and substance-use treatment, according to a national report released last week. The survey, by Seattle-based consulting firm Milliman, shows that the Ocean State ranks worse than the national average when it comes to access to in-network behavioral health care. During the five-year…

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