Jacqueline Mora

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  • J Mora
  • Health cost management
  • 1986
Should an employer's medical plan pay for organ transplants, in vitro fertilization or other "experimental" or "high-risk" procedures? Most employers have looked to insurance companies to decide, but the rising frequency and cost of such procedures, coupled with the litigation potential they pose, raise policy making issues that employers themselves must(More)
The laryngeal mask is a new method in the control of the airway. In this study we assess the haemodynamic response during the insertion of the laryngeal mask, incidence of complications and recovery from anaesthesia after its use. We also check if the laryngeal mask is easy to place into the patient airway and its versatility in pediatric patients. We have(More)
Recently we reported on the application of a method for protein determination which measures nitrogen in Kjeldahl digests colorimetrically. This procedure has the advantage of eliminating the distillation and titration steps of the Kjeldahl method and it is ideal for nutritional studies, since many samples can be run in a single day. Accordingly, the(More)
This paper proposes an alternative measure of welfare gains from risksharing. This alternative measure has several attractive features: it depends on a few variables only, does not depend on the horizon, and is robust to alternative specifications of the consumption stochastic processes (from geometric Brownian processes to Orstein-Ulhenbeck mean-reverting(More)
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