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Blending an Enlarged Role for Government with New Market Incentives: These proposals combine a larger role for government with new market-oriented incentives aimed at forstering more cost-conscious choices.

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Publication Date: March 2009

Publisher(s): Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Topic: Health (Health care financing)

Type: White Paper

Abstract:

Another group of health reform proposals combined a larger role for government with new market-oriented incentives aimed at fostering more cost-conscious choices. This group forms a kind of "intermediate range" of plans that fall between single-payer plans and those built mainly on reforms of the private insurance market.