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Aligning incentives, information, and choice : how to optimize health and human capital performance

Author: Wendy D Lynch; Harold H Gardner
Publisher: Cheyenne, Wyo. : Health as Human Capital Foundation, ©2008.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy D Lynch; Harold H Gardner
ISBN: 9780980070200 0980070201
OCLC Number: 191891300
Description: xxxi, 232 pages : iIl. ; 23 cm
Contents: Health As Human Capital --
Health as Human Capital: A Different Paradigm --
Health as human capital. How is this perspective different? --
Can't buy me health --
"It's more important to understand the person with the illness..." --
While everyone argues-it's your money they're spending --
An option rarely mentioned in the current healthcare debate --
Please don't complicate things with new information --
Some Things Worth Knowing About Healthcare --
Some Things Worth Knowing about Healthcare --
What would "Goldilocks" say about healthcare utilization? --
What the mean does and doesn't mean: when average isn't normal --
Illness is about likelihood, not certainty --
The episodic nature of illness and its implications. Part 1 --
The episodic nature of illness and its implications. Part 2 --
Should we really be focusing on specific diseases? --
Which conditions do we spend the most money on? --
Why don't high deductible health plans have low(er) premiums? --
How does compliance affect costs? Well, it depends --
Hospital infection rates: a secret that needs to be told --
What Economists Already Know --
Why Economics? --
Your Own Time and Money Matter More to You than Someone Else's --
Remembering the RAND health insurance experiment --
Money matters in decisions about disability --
Hoping for absolutes in a subjective world --
Good intentions: $3 prescriptions and $0.40 per gallon gasoline --
Your time, someone else's money --
The challenge of insuring discretionary events --
Aging, medical costs, and absences: patterns you might not expect --
Is it the plan or the people who select the plan? --
Moral hazard and the New Year's effect --
Proof that consumers can and do make logical, economic choices --
Patient costs should and do matter in healthcare choices --
Nothing Is Free: Everything Is a Tradeoff --
The wage-benefit tradeoff: who actually benefits? --
A reminder that everything is a tradeoff --
Knowing how parts affect the whole. Example 1 --
Knowing how parts affect the whole. Example 2 --
Obesity: two perspectives --
The importance of human capital as a national crisis looms --
Should you pay less for healthcare if you are sicker? --
It would be so much easier if there were a true villain --
What Gets Paid for Gets Done --
RAND health insurance experiment: Provider incentives --
Getting paid more for doing worse...only in healthcare --
Using stockbrokers or healthcare brokers --
Medical service coding and billing --
Annual physicals and patient sensitivity to copayments --
Interpreting attrition rates in disease management --
When the most expensive option isn't the best option --
Incentives Always Exist, Influencing the Direction of Behavior --
Getting value from health benefits: use them or lose them --
There are wellness incentives... --
Pay and use of paid time-off: they are related --
Do anticipated health events affect the choice of health plan? --
Kids, paychecks, and healthcare deductibles --
The effects of passive and active choosing on HDHP enrollment --
Consumers Make Choices-Whether We Inform Them or Not --
In case you hadn't noticed, Pandora went digital a while back --
Big-screen TVs, crack cocaine, and wolves --
An online Rx shopping trip shows that consumers can save a lot --
Healthcare price and quality information for consumers --
Consumer choice in healthcare. Part 1 --
Consumer choice in healthcare. Part 2 --
Statistics help, but only you can decide if the odds are worth it --
Employment is a Human Capital Marketplace --
Our People are our greatest asset... --
Employee health problems and productivity --
PTO banks and health savings accounts --
Job performance and voluntary turnover --
A study of what makes high performers stay.
Responsibility: Wendy D. Lynch and Harold H. Gardner.

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