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Do state rate setting regulations really lower hospital expenses?, Journal of Health Economics

Abstract

The phenomenon of regression to the mean might seriously bias estimates of the impact of hospital rate setting laws. We examine this problem and find that, while estimates of the average effectiveness of rate setting laws are not strongly affected, estimates for individual states may be skewed.

Type

Article

Author(s)

David Dranove

Date Published

1985

Citations

Dranove, David. 1985. Do state rate setting regulations really lower hospital expenses?. Journal of Health Economics. 4(2): 159-165.

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