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Regulation of Healthcare, Costs

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Full Title: Study on Regulation of Health Care: The Impact of Regulation on the Health Insurance Market and Health Care Providers

November 2005


Focus Questions

  1. What are the effects of mandates on:
    • Health insurance/health maintenance organization premiums?
    • Insurer administrative costs?
    • The likelihood of being uninsured?
    • Access to providers?

Background: This research was published in a public and summary format within a series of National Town Hall meetings in 2005 and 2006. The purpose of these meetings was to hear directly from health care administrators, institutional providers, physicians, practitioners, patients, and others about quantifying the economic impact of Federal health care regulations.


Evidence-based Practice Center: Duke EPC

Current as of September 2009

 

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