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HPAM8600: Health Economics UGA College of Public Health Professor Angela Fertig Spring 2010 Review Topics for Midterm 2 4 or 8 firm concentration ratio Herfindahl-Hirschman Index price discrimination net present value medical care-drug graph: isoquant and budget line effect of insurance distortions in price insurance premium, coverage, copayment, deductible, and coinsurance expected value utility of wealth graph marginal benefit/cost of insurance graph consequences of moral hazard consumer and producer surplus effects on moral hazard of deductibles, coinsurance, etc. adverse selection lemons principle experience vs. community rating who pays for employer provided insurance? labor demand and supply graph
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Unformatted text preview: health insurance premium subsidy effect of employer health insurance mandates impacts of connection between employment and insurance managed care rationale, interventions and effects capitation prospective payment system Okun’s leaky bucket externalities Coase Theorem drawbacks of regulation effects of taxes and subsidies when externality tradable pollution permits public goods and free riders common resources Tragedy of the Commons health savings accounts prescription benefit plan Medicare and Medicaid take-up theory why take-up is cost-efficient crowd-out health insurance-money graph solvency of Medicare Health Insurance Trust Fund...
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