Economic Issues in Reform of Health Care Financing

@inproceedings{Aaron2007EconomicII,
  title={Economic Issues in Reform of Health Care Financing},
  author={Henry J. Aaron and Barry P. Bosworth},
  year={2007}
}
As THE DEBATE ON HEALTH CARE REFORM shifts from diagnoses of the ills of the current system to debate on a legislative cure, analysts are tempted also to turn their attention from broad analysis of systemic flaws to close examination of the details of individual plans. In so doing, they risk neglecting generic issues that any plan must confront. Rather than focus on specific aspects of President Clinton's or any other particular plan, we examine a number of issues that most reforms raise. We… CONTINUE READING

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