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These notes cover net present value, internal rate of return, physician agency, and exam 2 review.
Highlights from chapter 2
Notes covering the additional lecture and reading from the first week of class. Topics include equilibrium, introduction of production possibilities curve, and big ideas in economics.
This study guide covers relevant information to the second midterm. The in depth information on each of these topics with examples can be found in the week 7-10 notes.
These notes cover utility, uncertainty, expected value and utility, risk aversion, and types of insurance and how to calculate them.
These notes cover the hospital industry, health production frontier, health equity, types of insurance provision, and ways to control moral hazard.
This document provides key points from Ch. 7-9. It is meant to be a consolidation of notes and resources to reference before/during the exam (for my particular class).
These notes cover types of, ways to limit, and how to calculate moral hazard, social loss, and labor markets.
These notes cover mortality, elasticity, types of health care, and demand for health care.
These notes cover adverse selection, the akerlof model, information assumptions, and lots of in class examples of equations.
These notes cover the basic of health economics and the healthcare market, types of statements, externalities, and types of welfare.
These notes cover the hospital industry, the HHI, hospital competition, and the medical arms race hypothesis.
These notes cover experiments covered in class based upon medical coverage and the Grossman Model.
Key points and definitions to reference during the exam
These notes cover provider market regulations, as well as the beveridge model, bismerck model, and us model of health care.
Covers concepts from Ch. 5, 8-10, and commodity taxes.
These notes cover consumption, costs, and education in respect to health. They also go over three hypothesis and what will be on the midterm.