- The number of gender-affirming health-care providers and facilities in each region, without disclosing identities of providers;
- The resources available to gender-affirming health-care providers and facilities in the state;
- Threats to gender-affirming health-care providers;
- The number of patients seeking gender-affirming health-care services in each region, including the ratio of patients to providers in each region, without disclosing identities of patients or providers;
- The types of gender-affirming health-care services that patients seek;
- The prevalence and impact of nonprescribed treatments; and
- The availability of insurance coverage for different types of treatment.
The bill requires the department and any third party that the department contracts with to conduct the study to seek input from specified persons. The department is required to submit a report on or before December 31, 2026, including its findings and recommendations, to specified committees of the general assembly.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)