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Insurance Coverage & Costs

HSC analyses focus on private and public insurance coverage, the uninsured and the cost of health care. HSC research provides insight into a range of topics, including how health care costs are changing, why the nation's number of uninsured continues to rise and how employer-sponsored coverage is changing.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Self-Pay Markets in Health Care: Consumer Nirvana or Caveat Emptor?Ha T. Tu, Jessica H. May Feb. 6, 2007
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
The Effect of Tax Credits for Nongroup Insurance on Health Spending by the UninsuredJames D. Reschovsky, Jack Hadley Feb. 25, 2004
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
The Growing Financial Burden of Health Care: National and State Trends, 2001-2006Peter J. Cunningham March 25, 2010
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Health Benefits in 2005: Premium Increases Slow Down, Coverage Continues to ErodeJon R. Gabel, Gary Claxton, Isadora Gil, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore, Benjamin Finder, Samantha Hawkins, Diane Rowland September/October 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Tracking Health Care Costs: Continued Stability But at High Rates in 2005Paul B. Ginsburg, Bradley C. Strunk, Michelle I. Banker, John P. Cookson Oct. 3, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
High Physician Concern About Malpractice Risk Predicts More Aggressive Diagnostic Testing In Office-Based PracticeEmily Carrier, James D. Reschovsky, David Katz, Michelle M. Mello August 2013
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
What High-Deductible Plans Look Like: Findings from a National Survey of Employers, 2005Gary Claxton, Jon R. Gabel, Isadora Gil, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore, Benjamin Finder, Shada Rouhani, Samantha Hawkins, Diane Rowland Sept. 14, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
As the Health Insurance Underwriting Cycle Turns: What Next?Joy M. Grossman, Paul B. Ginsburg November/December 2004
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Employment-Based Health Benefits Under Univeral CoveragePaul B. Ginsburg May/June 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Do Reimbursement Delays Discourage Medicaid Participation by Physicians?Peter J. Cunningham, Ann S. O'Malley Nov. 18, 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Health Benefits In 2006: Premium Increases Moderate, Enrollment In Consumer-Directed Health Plans Remains ModestGary Claxton, Jon R. Gabel, Isadora Gil, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Heidi H. Whitmore, Benjamin Finder, Samantha Hawkins Sept. 26, 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Don't Break Out the Champagne: Continued Slowing of Health Care Spending Growth Unlikely to LastPaul B. Ginsburg January/February 2008
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Tracking Health Care Costs: Declining Growth Trend Pauses in 2004Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg, John P. Cookson June 21, 2005
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Contrary to Cost-Shift Theory, Lower Medicare Hospital Payment Rates for Inpatient Care Lead to Lower Private Payment RatesChapin White May 2013
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Understanding Differences Between High- and Low-Price Hospitals: Implications for Efforts to Rein In CostsChapin White, James D. Reschovsky, Amelia M. Bond Jan. 29, 2014
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Tracking Health Care Costs: Growth Accelerates Again in 2001Bradley C. Strunk, Paul B. Ginsburg, Jon R. Gabel Sept. 25, 2002
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Children's Health Coverage: A Quarter-Century of ChangePeter J. Cunningham, James Kirby September/October 2004
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Achieving Health Care Cost Containment Through Provider Payment Reform that Engages Patients and ProvidersPaul B. Ginsburg May 2013
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Health Insurance Expansions for Working FamiliesDanielle H. Ferry, Bowen Garrett, Sherry Gilied, Emily K. Greenman, Len M. Nichols July/August 2002
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Generosity and Adjusted Premiums in Job-Based Insurance: Hawaii is Up, Wyoming is DownJon R. Gabel, Roland McDevitt, Laura Gandolfo, Jeremy D. Pickreign, Samantha Hawkins, Cheryl Fahlman May/June 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
       

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