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The theory of social health insurance

Peter Zweifel

The theory of social health insurance

by Peter Zweifel

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Published by Now in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health insurance,
  • Health,
  • Insurance,
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter Zweifel
    SeriesFoundations and trends in microeconomics -- v. 3, no. 3, Foundations and trends in microeconomics -- v. 3, no. 3.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA412 .Z84 2007eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (94 p.) :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25544996M
    ISBN 101601980175
    ISBN 109781601980175
    OCLC/WorldCa190822049

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      Community-Based Health Insurance (CBHI) is an emerging concept for providing financial protection against the cost of illness and improving access to quality health services for low-income rural households who are excluded from formal insurance. CBHI is currently being provided in some rural areas in developing countries and there is ongoing research about its impact on the well Cited by: Meaning of Social Insurance. Social insurance is a concept where the government intervenes in the insurance market to ensure that a group of individuals are insured or protected against the risk of any emergencies that lead to financial problems. This is done through a process where individuals’ claims are partly dependent on their contributions, which can be considered as insurance premium.

    The Economics of Healthcare A ll of us would like to lead long, healthy lives. And given the choice, we would prefer to do so without ever having to endure the surgeon’s scalpel, the nurse’s needle, or the dentist’s drill. Yet good health rarely comes so easily. Achieving a long, healthy life often requires the input of scarce resources. Social class, race and ethnicity, and gender all influence the quality of health in the United States. Health problems are more common among people from low-income backgrounds and among people of color. Women are more likely than men to have health problems that are not life threatening.


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The Theory of Social Health Insurance reviews the conventional theory of demand for insurance and health insurance, the supply of health insurance in general and social health insurance in particular, the properties of the optimal health insurance contract, and whether there are factors limiting the growth of social health by: 8.

The Theory of Social Health Insurance reviews the conventional theory of demand for insurance and health insurance, the supply of health insurance in general and social health insurance in particular, the properties of the optimal health insurance contract, and whether there are factors limiting the growth of social health insurance.

Develops the theory of social health insurance, also known as public health insurance. The book examines questions including: Why does social health insurance exist and even dominate private health insurance in most developed countries.

The objective of this text is to develop the theory of social health insur- ance (SHI; the expression used especially in the United States is “public health insurance,” which will be viewed as one variant of SHI here).

While a good deal is known about the demand and supply of privateCited by: 8. Downloadable. The objective of this text is to develop the theory of social health insurance (SHI; the expression used especially in the United States is "public health insurance," which will be viewed as one variant of SHI here).

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Social Health Insurance (SHI) is a form of financing and managing health care based on risk pooling. SHI pools both the health risks of the people on one hand, and the contributions of individuals, households, enterprises, and the government on the other.

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The objective of this text is to develop the theory of social health insurance (SHI; the expression used especially in the United States is "public health insurance," which will be viewed as one variant of SHI here).

While a good deal is known about the demand and supply of private insurance, the theoretical basis of SHI is much more by: 8.

Book Table of Contents Theory of Social Health Insurance Scaling Up Affordable Health Insurance Published: May Pages: - Health Insurance policy is being purchased by families and individuals who can afford to pay the medical bills. But the Govt.

of India is putting all its efforts to encourage people to buy health insurance and specialized insurance companies are promoted which are exclusively dealing in health Size: KB. The first part of “Funding Theories for Social Insurance” is merely a modified restatement of Aaron’s paper, designed to pave the way for the alternative analysis of the second part.

This book presents a new theory of consumer demand for health insurance. It holds that people purchase insurance to obtain additional income when they become ill. In effect, insurance companies act to transfer insurance premiums from those who remain healthy to those who become ill.

An important source of value is missing from the conventional welfare analysis of moral hazard, namely, the effect of income transfers (from those who purchase insurance and remain healthy to those who become ill) on purchases of medical care.

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