Information asymmetry, insurance, and the decision to hospitalize.


We analyze the problem of second-best optimal health insurance in the context of a model in which patients and doctors must decide not only on an aggregate quantity of health services to use in treating various kinds of illness, but also have a choice between different kinds of providers (in particular, outpatient services rendered by primary-care… (More)

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