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Affordable for Whom?-Colleen M. Grogan
The Ethics of the Affordability of Health Insurance-Brendan Saloner and Norman Daniels
We All Want It, but We Don't Know What It Is: Toward a Standard of Affordability for Health Insurance Premiums-Peter Muennig, Bhaven Sampat, Nicholas Tilipman, Lawrence D. Brown, and Sherry A. Glied
Expert Reflection—Easier Said than Done-Katherine Swartz
Relative Affordability of Health Insurance Premiums under CHIP Expansion Programs and the ACA-Carole Roan Gresenz, Miriam J. Laugesen, Ambeshie Yesus, and José J. Escarce
Perspective—The Need for Public Deliberation: Giving the Public a Voice on Affordable Health Insurance-Fay Lomax Cook
Behind the Jargon
Moral Hazard-Deborah Stone
Six Countries, Six Reform Models: The Healthcare Reform / Experience of Israel, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland and Taiwan — Healthcare Reforms “Under the Radar Screen.”-James Warner Björkman
Six Countries, Six Reform Models: The Healthcare Reform / Experience of Israel, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland and Taiwan -Okma Kieke G. H. and Crivelli Luca, editors.
A Rich Bioethics: Public Policy, Biotechnology, and the Kass Council-Bonnie Stabile
A Rich Bioethics: Public Policy, Biotechnology, and the Kass Council -Briggle Adam.
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