Competition Among Health Plans: A Two‐Sided Market Approach
We set up a two‐sided market framework to model competition between a Prefered Provider Organization (PPO) and a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). Both health plans compete to attract policyholders on one side and providers on the other. The PPO, which is characterized by a higher diversity of...
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Malden, USA Blackwell Publishing Inc Summer 2010
WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC
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|published in:||Journal of economics & management strategy Vol. 19; no. 2; pp. 435 - 451|
|Data of publication:||Summer 2010|
The authors thank Pierre‐Yves Geoffard and Bruno Jullien for helpful discussions, two anonymous referees and the co‐editor of the review for their useful comments. The authors also thank the participants of the Workshops of Health Economics organized in Leuven, 2006, and Konstanz, 2006, and the participants of ECHE, 2006, in Budapest.
|Database:||Social Sciences Citation Index
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