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$10.97The co-insurance clause: a paper read before the Fire Underwriters' Association of the Pacific, January 13, 1904.
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$10.96Seven Expensive Medicare Mistakes You Can Avoid: A Private ReportUpdated for 2015
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From 1971 to 1982, researchers at the RAND Corporation devised an experiment to address two key questions in health care financing: how much more medical care will people use if it is provided free of charge? and what are the consequences for their health? This book presents a comprehensive account of the experiment and its findings. It will be an invaluable teaching tool and reference for anyone concerned with health-care policy.
$40.50Report of the Co-Insurance Committee to the Board of Fire Underwriters of the Pacific on Percentage Co-Insurance and the Relative Rates Chargeable ... Hazard of Large Cities (Classic Reprint)
To Tie Executive Committee, Board of Fire Underwriters of the Pacific: Gentlemen :Y our sub-C ommittee on the subject of Co-insurance being adopted for San Francisco beg to report: After careful consideration of what has been written on the subject and all the data obtainable, they are of the opinion that up to the present time all the different rate reductions for co-insurance are arbitrary to a greater or less extent, and that until other statistics are utilized than heretofore, they will so continue. As to cities and towns where sufficiently reliable data are obtainable as to losses and values, there is no reason why the value of the percentage co-insurance clause should not be ascertained within a small degree of exactness. Those who have given or who will give careful consideration to the question will find that nothing approaching facts regarding value of co-insurance can be learned without loss to value of property that is the foundation stone; it has been claimed by some that loss to insurance is good enough, especially as any error on such a basis of calculation would result in favor of the insurance companies, but it is not wise to let non-co-operating companies have so wide a margin in their favor, and as the amount of insurance carried is a movable quantity at the will of the assured, it will readily be seen that facts cannot be learned therefrom; advocates of this plan argue that values of property as learned from proofs of loss are not altogether reliable; that as to individual losses is occasionally likely to be the case, but in a large number of losses underand over-statements of values will adjust themselves very closely, and after everything that may be said against the reliability of such values of property, no better method of obtaining such values has been suggested.(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Bo
$9.31Report of the co-insurance committee to the Board of fire underwriters of the Pacific on percentage co-insurance and the relative rates chargeable ... cost of conflagration hazard of large cities
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Health insurance can be evil, but it is necessary. This book is a lighthearted selection of answers to many of the questions that we face every day. It give clear definitions of terms we've all heard but don't understand. Hopefully it can take something that you dread dealing with and turn it into something much more tolerable!The Basics Of Medical Billing
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