Reforming Private Health Insurance
American Enterprise Institute, 1994 - Health Insurance - 111 pages
Between 1987 and 1991, the portion of Americans covered by individually purchased health insurance dropped 40per cent. Assuming the US will continue to rely on private financing for health care, the author clarifies benefits to society from an efficient health insurance market.
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