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THE CASE AGAINST PRIVATE FINANCING
MODIFIED PRIVATE INSURANCE SYSTEMS
adverse selection allocation ancillary fund-raising mechanisms argued assessing B.COMM Bank of Ireland behaviour BRIAN NOLAN Chapter choose between providers clearly clinical facilities competition between providers consumers context contributions control costs control of costs cover demand side discussed dominant means Dublin Economics efficiency Encouraging Private Insurance example expenditure on health financing the health funds raised gaps in coverage health care system health expenditure HEALTH FUNDING SYSTEM health insurance Health Maintenance Organisations health services health-care high-risk groups income groups income tax individuals inherent insurance company insurance schemes issues King's Fund lotteries national income National Insurance particular patients payment PH.D poorer groups poverty line pre-existing illness premium private insurance model private insurance-based system proponents of private pure private remain uninsured response revenue raised risk role of private sector Social Research Institute STATE-DOMINATED HEALTH FUNDING State-financed systems subsidised supply side tax relief taxation University College user charges utilisation willingness to pay