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Federal Employees Health Benefits Program: Competition and Other Factors Linked to Wide Variation in Health Care Prices
A. Bruce Steinwald (au)
There is concern about the health care spending (HCS) burden facing the Fed. Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP), the largest private health insurance program in the U.S. HCS per person varies geographically, & the underlying causes for the spending variation are not known. Understanding market forces & other factors that may influence HCS may contribute to efforts to moderate HCS. This report examines costs & HCS in FEHBP Preferred Provider Org. (PPOs) to determine: the extent to which hospital & physician costs varied geographically: which factors were assoc. with geographic variation in hospital & physician costs: & the extent to which hospital & physician costs variation contributed to geographic variation in spending. Charts & tables.
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