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Incentives to Dual Practice New Institutional Economic analysis of Canada’s mixed public-private health sector

@inproceedings{Chue2007IncentivesTD,
  title={Incentives to Dual Practice New Institutional Economic analysis of Canada’s mixed public-private health sector},
  author={P W Chue},
  year={2007}
}
There are many incentives for physicians to dual practice such as an increase in salary, technology usage, or less work hours. By using the New Institutional Economic approach, we examine these incentives of physicians in Canada’s health care system in three scenarios of dual practice. In the first scenario is physicians dual practicing without any government policies or restrictions in the private sector. In the second scenario, physicians are not be allow to dual practice, meaning a full out… Expand

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