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Health IT Information Technology

Why Health IT?   Health information technology (Health IT) makes it possible for health care providers to better manage patient care through secure use and sharing of health information - e...

Healthcare (health-care)

Healthcare (health-care) is broadly defined as any care, service, or supply related to the physical or mental health and well-being of an individual through the services offered by the medical and a...

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Smoking Cessation

Because of the addictive properties of components of cigarettes, giving up the habit of smoking is often very hard. It is often required however for health reasons. There is a lot of publicity of ...

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Compulsory Health Insurance

To the Editor:—In The Journal, Jan. 24, 1920, p. 271, Dr. E. M. Stanton opposed the principles of compulsory health insurance on the grounds that the burdens of such insurance cannot be borne by the...

Health Insurance Stores and Health Hubs

This Viewpoint discusses the use of health insurance retail stores in Florida as a way for insurance carriers to reach uninsured populations.

Combined Insurance urges consumers to understand importance of life insurance

Combined Insurance, a leading provider of individual supplemental accident, disability, health and life insurance products, and a Chubb company, is encouraging consumers to educate themselves about th...

Making Small Business Health Insurance A Priority Again

Small business employers continue to be faced with challenges to find an affordable healthcare solution for their workers. Company owners understand the value of providing health insurance to employee...

Insurance, Social Impact, and Profit

SOURCE: FSG DESCRIPTION:When you think about insurance companies, do you think about social impact? It’s likely not the first thing that comes to mind, but FSG client Skandia has realized the signif...

More evidence ties insurance coverage to cancer survival

(Reuters Health) - In two new studies, U.S. cancer patients who are uninsured or have government-sponsored Medicaid insurance for the poor tend to be diagnosed later, receive less optimal treatment an...

Would You Like Some Insurance With Your Insurance?

Gap insurance plans, used to cover out-of-pocket health expenses like high deductibles, are becoming increasingly popular among consumers and businesses.

Another cost of smoking—sky-high insurance

Although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) eliminated some of the barriers to obtaining health insurance coverage, not all Americans have access to affordable coverage. Low-income smokers in particular fa...

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Insuring against health shocks: Health insurance and household choices.

This paper provides empirical evidence on the role of public health insurance in mitigating adverse outcomes associated with health shocks. Exploiting the rollout of a universal health insurance progr...

Systematic Review of Willingness to Pay for Health Insurance in Low and Middle Income Countries.

Access to healthcare is mostly contingent on out-of-pocket spending (OOPS) by health seekers, particularly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This would require many LMICs to raise enough fu...

Including health insurance in poverty measurement: The impact of Massachusetts health reform on poverty.

We develop and implement what we believe is the first conceptually valid health-inclusive poverty measure (HIPM) - a measure that includes health care or insurance in the poverty needs threshold and h...

Use of Payer as a Proxy for Health Insurance Status on Admission Results in Misclassification of Insurance Status among Pediatric Trauma Patients.

The purpose of this study was to quantify health insurance misclassification among children treated at a pediatric trauma center and to determine factors associated with misclassification. Demographic...

Quality Health Care and Willingness to Pay for Health Insurance Retention: A Randomized Experiment in Kolkata Slums.

The low quality of health care in developing countries reduces the poor's incentives to use quality health services and their demand for health insurance. Using data from a field experiment in India, ...

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