Risk equalisation in Ireland and Australia: A simulation analysis to compare outcomes
Risk equalisation has been implemented in a number of countries as a means of providing explicit risk-adjusted transfers between health insurance undertakings to improve efficiency within the health insurance market, and make health insurance affordable.
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