Consumer-Driven Health Care

by Larry Emmott on June 7, 2010

in Health Care Politics

Consumer-driven plans blend the decentralizers individual focus with a lighter version of the centralizers risk sharing. That means they harness the power of individual preference and decision-making, but without sacrificing stability and security. Patients make their own decisions about relatively inexpensive, routine care, but limit their exposure to expensive, unforeseen illnesses or injuries.

via The Rise of Consumer-Driven Care – Reason Magazine.

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