How Much Health Insurance Is Enough? Revisiting the Concept of Underinsurance

@article{Blewett2006HowMH,
  title={How Much Health Insurance Is Enough? Revisiting the Concept of Underinsurance},
  author={L. Blewett and Andrew Ward and T. Beebe},
  journal={Medical Care Research and Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={63},
  pages={663 - 700}
}
There is little consensus on what constitutes adequate health insurance coverage. The concept of a lack of adequate coverage, or underinsurance, is a matter of ongoing debate. A measure of adequate coverage is of critical importance as the nature of health insurance products evolves. Changes to health coverage include more direct out-of-pocket spending by consumers and a reduction of covered benefits. This article updates and extends an earlier review of underinsurance measurement published in… Expand
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