By Mark Hall
All the talk about repealing insurers’ antitrust exemption and creating a public plan to compete with them raises the question: what will more competition among health insurers really accomplish? Recall that competition among hospitals often increases rather than reduces prices. Can insurer competition work better that that, or than it does now? One key is […]
For the most part, I have found the congressional debate over health insurance reform largely dispiriting and depressing. But every now and then, an event occurs that temporarily adds a bit of levity to the process. While all too infrequent, sometimes the political posturing is instructive on many levels. The release of the health insurance […]
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