Medicare Hospital Subsidies: Money in Search of a Purpose

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American Enterprise Institute, 2002 - Political Science - 75 pages
This study reviews the rationales, legislative history, and financial incentives of both types of hospital subsidies. After this detailed analysis, the author suggests alternative designs for the programs that could curb their costs and ensure that they actually achieve the goals for which they were treated.
 

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Contents

GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION POLICY
7
DISPROPORTIONATE SHARE Hospital PAYMENTS
25
THE EFFECT OF THE MEDICARE
36
CONCLUSION
49
NoTES
69
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About the author (2002)

Sean Nicholson is an assistant professor in the health care systems department of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School.

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