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Reschovsky (1998)

Elderly persons with disabilities,

Long-Term Care Probability of using nursing

Medicaid-eligible or private payers

home care

a

Once the deductible is satisfied there is little if any out-of-pocket payment for services.

TABLE IV.A (continued)

Mukamel and Spector (2002)

Private payers in for-profit nursing homes in the state of New York

Days residing in a particular nursing home facility

Study

Population

Newhouse et al. (1993)

Participants in HIE

Number of emergency department visits Probability of any mental health service use

Demand Measure Acute Care

Expenditures for inpatient and outpatient care

Selby et al. (1996)

Simon et al. (1996)

Enrollees in a large HMO plan in Northern California (Kaiser) Federal and state employees enrolled in a large HMO

Imputed county-level monthly cost for private payers

–0.98 (not significant)

Marginal cost of care at the facility level

–3.46 to –3.85

Price Variation

Elasticity Estimate

Coinsurance rates across plans

Copayment changes resulting from an introduction of $25 to $35 copay Copayment change resulting from an institution of $20 and subsequently $30 copay

Inpatient: –0.14 to –0.17 Outpatient: –0.17 to –0.31 14.6 percent decline

  • 0.17 to –0.28

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