Cost Shifting in Health Care: Separating Evidence from Rhetoric

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American Enterprise Institute, 1994 - Business & Economics - 89 pages
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This study discusses the economics of charging different prices to different payers and the implications of one payer's paying less. It examines the empirical evidence on hospitals' and physicians' ability to raise prices to one group in response to price reductions by another.

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