Examines six possible structural changes to the health insurance market to expand coverage, including rate compression, high-risk pools, and an insurance exchange. Outlines their benefits and the most effective way to structure and implement them.
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Title: Restructuring Health Insurance Markets
Publication date 2008-01-31
Publication Year 2008
Elliot K. Wicks
National Academy of Social Insurance
North America / United States
, health plans
, risk pool
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