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effects of HMOs on conventional insurance premiums

Laurence C. Baker

effects of HMOs on conventional insurance premiums

theory and evidence

by Laurence C. Baker

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical care -- Marketing -- Econometric models.,
  • Health maintenance organizations -- Econometric models.,
  • Medical fees -- Econometric models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLaurence C. Baker, Kenneth S. Corts.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- 5356
    ContributionsCorts, Kenneth S., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52,[18]p. :
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17248030M

      Factors Affecting Insurance Premiums. T he effect of proposals to increase coverage would depend in part on the premiums charged and the value of the coverage provided. In particular, the costs of a subsidy that covers a specified percentage of policy premiums would be affected by the amount of those premiums, whereas the impact of a fixed-dollar subsidy on coverage rates would depend on the ELSEVIER Journal of Health Economics 16 () JOURNAl. OF oilIg The effect of HMOs on fee-for-service health care expenditures: Evidence from Medicare Laurence C. Baker * Department of Health Research and Policy, HRP Redwood Building, Room , Stanford Universi~.

    Increased HMO competition in an insurance market. Select one: a. will drive down conventional insurance premiums, to a point, due to increased market discipline. b. will drive up prices of non-HMO care due to the market segmentation of HMOs skimming the healthiest patients from the other insurers. c. Both answers a and b are correct. :// PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS AND RATE REVIEWS Download Private Health Insurance Premiums And Rate Reviews ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to Private Health Insurance Premiums And Rate Reviews book /private-health-insurance-premiums-and-rate-reviews.

      Taxation of the Insurance Industry Ohio. Life insurance is actually two products: one for savings, and one for indemnity in case of death. Since there is a savings component, it is very im­ portant that tax policy be structured to be consistent with other savings products. To the extent there is different tax treatment between the savings?article=&context=econ_facpub. OBJECTIVE: To assess the impact of HMO market structure on the formation of physician-hospital strategic alliances from through The two trends, managed care and physician-hospital integration have been prominent in reshaping insurance and provider markets over the past


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Effects of HMOs on conventional insurance premiums by Laurence C. Baker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Effects of HMOs on Conventional Insurance Premiums: Theory and Evidence Laurence C. Baker, Kenneth S. Corts.

NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Health Care. We develop a model of imperfectly competitive insurers that compete with HMOs for consumers who have private information about their health Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baker, Laurence Claude, Effects of HMOs on conventional insurance premiums.

Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, © Downloadable. We develop a model of imperfectly competitive insurers that compete with HMOs for consumers who have private information about their health status.

We illustrate two conflicting effects of increasing HMO activity on conventional insurance premiums. We term these effects market discipline -- HMO competition may limit the ability of insurers to exercise market power, thus driving We illustrate two conflicting effects of increasing HMO activity on conventional insurance premiums.

We term these effects market discipline -- HMO competition may limit the ability of insurers to exercise market power, thus driving prices down -- and market segmentation -- HMOs may skim the healthiest patients, thus driving insurers' costs and Get this from a library.

The Effects of HMOs on Conventional Insurance Premiums: Theory and Evidence. [Kenneth S Corts; Laurence C Baker; National Bureau of Economic Research;] -- We develop a model of imperfectly competitive insurers that compete with HMOs for consumers who have private information about their health status.

We illustrate two conflicting effects of increasing   We develop a model of imperfectly competitive insurers that compete with HMOs for consumers who have private information about their health status. We illustrate two conflicting effects of increasing HMO activity on conventional insurance premiums.

We term these effects market discipline - HMO competition may limit the ability of insurers to exercise market power, thus driving Start studying Health Insurance Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Place caps on the rise of health insurance premiums. D) Transfer the control of HMOs from the federal government to private companies. A) What is one aspect in which managed care differs from conventional insurance.

A This paper used data from medium and large size employers to examine the effects of market wide managed care penetration on the premiums paid for employer sponsored health ://   In the last half ofHMO enrollment increased percent from June of that year, bringing total HMO enrollment to 25 million.

A number of reasons contributed to this outstanding growth. A leading factor was widespread acceptance by employers of HMOs' cost-effective potential in an environment of rising indemnity insurance ://   w The Effects of HMOs on Conventional Insurance Premiums: Theory and Evidence National Bureau of Economic Research, Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA ; ; email: [email protected]:// “Competition Among Hospitals: Market Structure and Its Relation to Utilization Costs and Financial Position.” Research note 7 publication no 85– Feldman R, Hung-Ching C, Kralewski J, Dowd B, Shapiro J.

“Effects of HMOs on the Creation of Competitive Markets for Hospital Services.” Journal of Health Economics. ; 9 (2)–   HMOs are complex systems composed, in their most comprehensive form, of hospitals, doctors plus offices, and an insurance company.

HMOs contract with large groups of people (potential patients) to maintain their health. Enrollees pay a monthly fee (just like health insurance) so that all hospital and physician charges are covered if the /health-maintenance-organization. The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, too, said earlier this year 52% of the insurance products offered on public exchanges are health maintenance organizations (HMOs) or plans that limit //10/02/obamacare-troubles-trigger-an-hmo-comeback.

"The Effects of HMOs on Conventional Insurance Premiums: Theory and Evidence," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. John Bound & David A. Jaeger & Regina Baker, " The Cure Can Be Worse than the Disease: A Cautionary Tale Regarding Instrumental Variables," NBER Technical Working PapersNational Bureau The provision of full-coverage insurance for the currently uninsured is a large effective price reduction and should have relatively large effects on use.

Similarly, doubling typical insurance copays to $$50 will have more than trivial ://   This paper used – data from medium and large size employers to examine the effects of market wide managed care penetration on the premiums paid for employer sponsored health insurance.

Regressions were run for weighted average single coverage premiums and for premiums on conventional, HMO, and PPO coverage. Four findings emerged from the ://   Premiums for conventional coverage and managed care programs recently have increased in double-digit ranges, exceeding 20 percent over often grounded in the private health insurance The health insurance companies.

In our model there are many nonintegrated health insurance companies, as well as many HMOs. We note n the number of HMOs among insurance companies (as we shall see later on, the number of nonintegrated health insurance companies does not matter).

The difference between nonintegrated health insurance companies and HMOs is that the latter offer a Risk of illness and the attendant cost of care lead to the demand for health insurance.

Conventional economics argues that the probability of purchasing health insurance will be greater when the consumer is particularly risk averse, when the potential loss is large, when the probability of loss is neither too large nor too small, and when incomes are ://   HMOs and Health Externalities: A Local Public Good Perspective Allen C.

Goodman* Miron Stano** August the competitive effects of HMOs on the indemnity sector seem more complex than once and K.S. Corts. The effects of HMOs on conventional insurance premiums: Theory and evidence. National Bureau of Economic Research, Working.

Prologue: One of the current realities of health policy making is that anecdotes far outweigh solid evidence when it comes to shaping the attitudes of people in relation to the performance of manag Managed Care Brooke McMichael University of Scranton Abstract This paper examines the benefits and issues with managed benefits include patients receiving preventative care, lower premiums, lower costs of prescriptions, fewer, unnecessary procedures, and less paper issues with managed care include limitation on doctors that patients can choose from, restricted coverage, the   The Impact of Tort Reform on Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Premiums Ronen Avraham, Leemore S.

Dafny, and Max M. Schanzenbach NBER Working Paper No. September JEL No. H51,I18,K13 ABSTRACT We evaluate the effect of tort reform on employer-sponsored health insurance premiums by exploiting state-level variation in the timing of ~/media/Files/Faculty/Research.