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Pay-for-Results Health Insurance Promotes the Idea of Fiscal Responsibility
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Nov. 2, 2010
Excerpt: Though it seems like an idea that can be easily attacked as just another scheme to ration care, the reform ? called value-based insurance design ? couples the Republican principles of market-based incentives and consumer choice with the Democratic reformers' goal of eliminating costly and unnecessary care.

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