[Cost-benefit principle and cost containment].

Abstract

Benefits-in-kind and co-payment are often regarded as instruments to support self-responsible demand of the insured and to generate effective cost control. Economic theory however assumes that benefits-in-kind alone (without co-payment) will not have a great influence on the demand decision of the insured, because with rational behaviour price is not a… (More)

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