Individual-Based Risk Adjustment by Health Insurers: Needs, Options and Methods

Hester Jr., James A.
September 2001
Inquiry (00469580);Fall2001, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p310
Academic Journal
Comments on the individual-based risk adjustment by health insurers. Significance of insurance in pooling the risk for catastrophic events; Segments of health insurance market; Analysis on the volatility of premium pricing and stability of insurance markets.


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