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Does providing individuals’ insurance actually encourage wasteful spending or does it improve health outcomes?

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Does providing individuals’ insurance actually encourage wasteful spending or does it improve health outcomes?

The Economics of Health and Insurance

Watch Lecture 12: The Economics of Health and Insurance (first 52:00 minutes only)

Please include the following in your reflection:
Over your lifetime to date, how would your describe your access to quality health care?

Does providing individuals’ insurance actually encourage wasteful spending or does it improve health outcomes?

What are the benefits to having health insurance as shown in the Oregon experiment?

How does providing Medicaid to children improve long-term outcomes and lower long-run costs?

Should the government provide health insurance? Why or why not?

 Its just watch the video the first 52 seconds and the do a reflection about it with the questions that appears there. Thanks

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