Summary I study the effect of prescription drug essential health benefits (EHB) requirements from the Affordable Care Act on prescription drug formularies of health insurance marketplace plans.
Author Archives: Health Economics Journal
Summary This paper examines the effects of parental health on cognitive and noncognitive development in Australian children.
Abstract We examine the impact of the 2006 Massachusetts healthcare reform on substance use disorder (SUD) treatment facilities’ provision of care.
Abstract We investigate sibling correlations in youth health status using the Panel Study of Income Dynamics.
Abstract This paper analyses doctors’ supply of after-hours care (AHC), and how it is affected by personal and family circumstances as well as the earnings structure.
Abstract Like other countries seeking a progressive path to universalism, Peru has attempted to reduce inequalities in access to health care by granting the poor entitlement to tax-financed basic care without charge.
Summary This paper explores the role of incentives in the English National Health Service.
Abstract One of the main concerns about capitation-based reimbursement systems is that tertiary institutions may be underfunded due to insufficient reimbursements of more complicated cases.
Abstract The relationship between insurance coverage and use of specialty substance use disorder (SUD) treatment is not well understood.
Abstract Many treatments are evaluated using quasi-experimental pre–post studies susceptible to regression to the mean (RTM).
Abstract In July 2009, the World Health Organization declared the first flu pandemic in nearly 40 years.
Summary This paper examines empirically whether midwives, as an integral part of the reproductive health and family planning programs in Indonesia, are effective in advising young women to delay their first birth and also influence the decision on post-primary school attendance.
Summary This paper examines the relationship between rising health insurance costs and employee compensation.