The Health Insurance Experiment: A Classic RAND Study Speaks to the Current Health Care Reform Debate
Dec 6, 2006
Lessons from the RAND Health Insurance Experiment
In the most important health insurance study ever conducted, RAND researchers devised an experiment to address two key questions in health care financing: how much more medical care will people use if it is provided free of charge, and what are the consequences for their health? Free for All? is destined to be a classic work that will inform the national policy debate on public and private insurance for years to come.
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