Health Care

December 2004
NBER Reporter;Winter2004, p50
Trade Publication
Provides an overview of topics discussed during a meeting on health care sponsored by the U.S. National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts on October 22, 2004. Relationship between Medicaid market share and the average price of a prescription drug; Effect of medical expenditure risk on the willingness of older U.S. households to hold risky assets; Managed care as a dominant form of insurance in the private sector.


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