Last edited by Tall
Friday, May 15, 2020 | History

2 edition of Market consolidation, antitrust, and public policy in the health care industry found in the catalog.

Market consolidation, antitrust, and public policy in the health care industry

David Shacatman

Market consolidation, antitrust, and public policy in the health care industry

agenda for future research

by David Shacatman

  • 384 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation] in [Princeton, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical economics -- Research -- United States,
  • Managed care plans (Medical care) -- Research -- United States,
  • Hospitals -- Economic aspects -- Research -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 18-19

    Statementprepared by David Shactman, Stuart H. Altman
    SeriesHealth tracking
    ContributionsAltman, Stuart H
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14970473M

    Bringing Antitrust Perceptions and Values to Bear on Medicine. The effort to enforce antitrust principles in health care began in earnest only after the Supreme Court decided in , in the Goldfarb case, 1 that the “learned professions” enjoy no antitrust exemption. That decision, together with the prevalent concern about inflation in general and about health care costs in particular Cited by:   The statements describe antitrust enforcement policy and provide clear guidance to the health care community on how enforcement impacts nine major types of practices. With clear guidance, the health care community can plan and carry out innovative business arrangements without fear of antitrust challenge.

      Antitrust and Health Care. Josh Wright — 30 September The application of the antitrust laws to the health care industry reflects a challenge—a Kulturkampf—to a traditional culture that often has resisted the but “to provide information and education,” with the “objective of public policy” being to empower consumers by. care reform is how antitrust laws should be applied to the health care industry. The prospect of national health care reform as well as reforms occurring in a number of states is encouraging change and consolidation in the health care industry. The health care market appears to be evolving toward service networks, where different types of. Get this from a library! Change, consolidation, and competition in health care markets. [Martin Gaynor; Deborah Haas-Wilson; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: The health care industry is being transformed. Large firms are merging and acquiring other firms. Alliances and contractual relations between players in this market are shifting rapidly.

    The Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division held a public workshop on February , , as part of the workshop series, “Examining Health Care Competition,” to study recent developments related to health care provider organization and payment models that may affect competition in the provision of health care services. The transformation of the health care industry has raised a number of interesting and difficult antitrust issues stemming from consolidation as well as conflict among market participants. Timely analysis of these issues requires microeconomic skills and solid institutional knowledge of the health care industry.   In Pittsburgh, UPMC has for years embodied concerns about health care mergers and consolidation, with critics and competitors calling the system's growth a threat to the free market.


Share this book
You might also like
Perspectives on Polish history

Perspectives on Polish history

Inside Peru

Inside Peru

Choosing a Shelter Dog

Choosing a Shelter Dog

Taking Control¹High Blood Pressure

Taking Control¹High Blood Pressure

Renewing for the 21st century (Daily meditation booklet)

Renewing for the 21st century (Daily meditation booklet)

Church leaders in primitive times

Church leaders in primitive times

Analysis of manufacturing enterprises

Analysis of manufacturing enterprises

Talleyrands successor

Talleyrands successor

Pseudocolor as a means of image enhancement

Pseudocolor as a means of image enhancement

Diana Savage, the wife of Francis Savage, Esq; and her trustee, appellants. Sir William Humble, Bart. ... and others, respondents. The respondents case

Diana Savage, the wife of Francis Savage, Esq; and her trustee, appellants. Sir William Humble, Bart. ... and others, respondents. The respondents case

The chamber

The chamber

School of the Americas

School of the Americas

British parliamentary democracy

British parliamentary democracy

ICL 1900 series: FORTRAN: Compiler libraries.

ICL 1900 series: FORTRAN: Compiler libraries.

Market consolidation, antitrust, and public policy in the health care industry by David Shacatman Download PDF EPUB FB2

SyntaxTextGen not activated  Additional consolidation in the health pdf industry is underway. Concerns about pdf creating oversized companies naturally escalate in segments of the health care industry such as pharmaceuticals, distribution and insurance.

A recent AMA study found that the prices of labor, pharmaceuticals, devices and administrative costs explain the almost double cost of health care in .THE ANTITRUST LAWS AND THE HEALTH INDUSTRY ROBERT P.

BORSODY* T HE HEALTH INDUSTRY is one of the largest and fastest growing sectors of the nation's economy, yet in the past, trade regulation cases arising in this area have been disproportionately Size: 2MB.Antitrust Issues in Health Care John M.

Kirsner, Ebook. Christopher H. Gordon, Esq. market conditions. Vigorous antitrust enforcement action under Section 2 of the Sherman Act will be Antitrust Policy – Effectivewithdrew a reportFile Size: KB.