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June 1984 (Volume 62)
June 1984 | Judith R. Lave
Some appealing aspects of a voucher program-promise of promoting efficiency while respecting individual preference, and capping federal expenditures-may be illusory. Adverse selection, administrative and regulatory complexity, and serious inequities are not likely to meet tests of feasibility or desirability.
Author(s): Judith R. Lave
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Volume 62, Issue 2 (pages 251–268)
Published in 1984
Comment on “Hospital Reimbursement under Medicare”
On the Use of Vouchers for Medicare