Best of Both Worlds Uniting Universal Coverage and Personal Choice in Health Care
AEI Papers & Studies
The article offers information on the personal choice and universal coverage in the healthcare system of the U.S. It states that the healthcare systems in the U.S. Endures from three structural defects including the temporary inflation of health insurance premiums, too much reliability on open-ended-fee-for-service public insurance, and placing the poor to Medicaid systems that has low reimbursement. It mentions that the present system fails to attain equity and efficiency.
Jayanta Bhattacharya, Amitabh Chandra, Michael Chernew & Anup Malani, "Best of Both Worlds Uniting Universal Coverage and Personal Choice in Health Care," AEI Papers & Studies 2 (2013).
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