Health Insurance and Public Policy: Risk, Allocation, and Equity

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Table 8.2 The Number of Counties in Which Each Plan Participated by Year133
Table 8.3 The Number of Plans in Each County by Year134
Table 11.1 Demographic Characteristics178
Table 11.2 Access to Health Care179
Table 11.3 Barriers to Health Care180
Table 11.4 Knowledge of Breast Cancer and Screening Tests181
Table 11.5 Breast Cancer Screening Practices182
Table 11.6 Cues and Barriers to Breast Cancer Screening183
Table 12.1 Average Incidence of Malpractice Claims by Specialty194
Table 12.2 Total Compensation Paid by Insurers for Medical Malpractice Claims, 1979-85194
Table 12.3 Average Medical Malpractice Allocated Loss Adjustment Expenses (ALAE) Paid Per Claim by Insurers195
Table 12.4 Physicians' Average Premiums by Specialty195
Table 12.5 Disciplinary Actions Taken Against Physicians in the States, 1985203
FIGURES
Figure 3.1 A Social Policy Analysis Model53
Figure 11.1 Factors Affecting the Use of Breast Cancer Screening184

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