Changing expenditure with changing health insurance status

July 2007
PharmacoEconomics & Outcomes News;7/28/2007, Issue 533, p5
The article reports on a research on changing the status of health insurance in the U.S. According to the researchers, a change in insurance status is related with changes in healthcare expenditure to levels which are similar to those among individuals who are continuously insured or uninsured. A 2-year data from 2000-2003 Medical Expenditure Panel Surveys for 20 848 adults who were insured in both years was assessed by the researchers.


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