Health Policy Reform: Competition and Controls
This volume focuses on two US health reform proposals that have taken centre stage - managed competition and global budgeting. Scholars, practitioners and policy makers examine competition in California, the Federal Employees Health Benefits Programme, and other areas.
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Regulated States and for Other States 19761990
Commentary on Part One Robert Crandall Robert
COMPETITION CARTEL Henry N Butler
Cities Area in the Group Health Plan with Single
7A1 Enrollment of University of Minnesota Employees
Jr and Robert Waller
pense per Adjusted Discharge in the United States
Jack Scanlon Jr and Arthur Lifson
COMMENTARY ON PART Two Martha Phillips and Nor
A KEYNOTE ADDRESS
administrative adverse selection Alain Enthoven average benchmark plan benefit package Blue Cross bureaucratic California capita choose coalitions competitive markets consumers copayments core benefits decisions dollars economic effect efficiency enrollees Enthoven example expenditures family coverage Federal Employees fee-for-service fee-for-service plans FEHBP firms global budget Group Health Health Affairs health benefits health care costs health care reform health care system health insurance health maintenance organizations health plans higher HIPCs hospital costs hospital expenses incentives increase individual inflation limit low-cost low-cost carrier managed competition managed-care managed-competition Medica Choice Medicaid Medicare ment Minnesota moral hazard national health offer option out-of-pocket premiums patients Paul Starr payment percent physicians political predicted enrollment preferred provider organization price controls problem proposal providers reduce regulatory rent-seeking result sector selective contracting single-coverage Starr and Zelman subsidy tion utility regulators Wage and Price