Competing on Quality
One of the principal goals of health policy makers, both public and private sector, has been to demonstrate that fostering competition among providers and insurers can bring down health care costs. The evidence, reflected in the declining rates of increase and, in some markets, actual decreases in premiums, suggests price competition works.
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