Tag: health insurance
The Business Case for Health Insurance Is Weakening
More Evidence Against Health Insurance
Workers Increasingly Prefer Pay More Than “Benefits”
Is Consumer-Directed Health Care Going the Wrong Way?
Health Status Is Associated with Income, Not Health Insurance
Obamacare’s Unintended Consequences: People Buy Short-Term Policies
Chicken and Egg in Consumer-Driven Health Care
Blue Cross Blue Shield Confirms Obamacare Death Spiral
Trump’s Health Reform Won’t “Make America Great Again”—or Do Anything
Ted Cruz and Health Reform
Peak Obamacare? We’re There
Love Gov: “Too Real”?
A Review of D. Eric Schansberg’s “The Economics of Health Care and Health Insurance”
Private Exchanges: Getting Ready For Individual Health Insurance To Be The Standard
HSAs Force Health Providers to Compete
Waste, Waste Everywhere and Not a Dime to Spare
The Benefits of Ideal Health Insurance
Better Solutions for Pre-Existing Conditions
Freeing the Doctor
How Third-Party Payers Crush Entrepreneurs
Private-Sector Socialism: What the Right and Left Don’t Understand about Healthcare in Other Countries
The Market for Healthcare Risk: How the Current System Biases Against Patients with Pre-existing Conditions
Health Insurance vs. Healthcare: When Socializing Risk Pays Off
The Problem of Unintended Consequences: How Good Intentions Often Lead to Perverse Effects
How Much Do You Trust the Government? Politics, Patients, and Perverse Incentives

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