Universal Health Insurance Through Incentives Reform
Enthoven, Alain C. and Kronick, Richard
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 265(19): 2532- 2536, 15 May 1991
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Enthoven, Alain C.; Kronick, Richard (1991-05-15)Roughly 35 million Americans have no health care coverage. Health care expenditures are out of control. The problems of access and cost are inextricably related. Important correctable causes include cost-unconscious demand, ...
A Consumer-Choice Health Plan for the 1990s: Universal Health Insurance in a System Designed to Promote Quality and Economy (First of Two Parts) Enthoven, Alain; Kronick, Richard (1989-01-05)The present financing system for health care in the United States is characterized as inflationary, unfair, and wasteful. An alternative strategy is proposed in which everyone not covered by some public program would ...
A Consumer-Choice Health Plan for the 1990s: Universal Health Insurance in a System Designed to Promote Quality and Economy (Second of Two Parts) Enthoven, Alain; Kronick, Richard (1989-01-12)In order for universal health insurance to find broad acceptance in the United States, it must avoid creating large windfall gains and losses, radical disruption of current satisfactory arrangements, or large-scale ...