In this segment, Aaron and Austin discuss the evidence on which type of insurer better controls health care costs: public or private. For more on this topic, see Austin’s post this morning, which includes links to many of our previous ones. For prior podcasts and subscription information, see our podcast archive.
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Private vs. public health care cost control [podcast]September 16, 2011 at 4:15 pmmultiple authors
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