Health savings accounts (HSAs) allow consumers to purchase a high- deductible health insurance plan

1. Health savings accounts (HSAs) allow consumers to purchase a high- deductible health insurance plan and pay for the medical expenditures they incur prior to satisfying the deductible with tax-sheltered health savings. Advocates argue that this model gives consumers a strong incentive to shop for lower-priced, high-value medical care. Based on the analysis of selective contracting, under what conditions would consumers be successful in negotiating lower provider prices?

2. Medicaid programs have adopted managed care for the provision of care to some of their covered populations. Under what circumstances would you expect a Medicaid managed care plan to save money for a state Medicaid agency?

 

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