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Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2007) Bd. (Vol.) 227/5+6 Alternde Bevölkerung und Gesundheitsausgaben Eine theoretische Analyse demographischer Ausgabeneffekte auf den Beitragssatz der GKV Ageing Population and Health Care Expenditure A Theoretical Analysis of Demographic Expenditure Effects on the Contribution Rate of the German Social Health Insurance Von Dieter Cassel und Andreas Postler, Duisburg∗ JEL I10, J10, J14 Ageing population, morbidity, mortality, costs of dying, health care expenditure, contribution rate

Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2007) Bd. (Vol.) 227/5+6 Alternde Bevölkerung und Gesundheitsausgaben Eine theoretische Analyse demographischer Ausgabeneffekte auf den Beitragssatz der GKV Ageing Population and Health Care Expenditure A Theoretical Analysis of Demographic Expenditure Effects on the Contribution Rate of the German Social Health Insurance Von Dieter Cassel und Andreas Postler, Duisburg* JEL 110, J10, J14 Ageing population, morbidity, mortality, costs of dying, health care expenditure, contribution

Forum for Health Economics & Policy Volume 1 1998 Article 5 (FRONTIERS IN HEALTH POLICY RESEARCH) Managed Care and Health Care Expenditures: Evidence from Medicare, 1990-1994 Laurence C. Baker∗ Sharmila Shankarkumar† ∗Stanford University and NBER †Stanford University Copyright c©1998 by the authors. All rights reserved. Managed Care and Health Care Expenditures: Evidence from Medicare, 1990-1994 Laurence C. Baker and Sharmila Shankarkumar Abstract Increases in the activity of managed care organizations may have “spillover effects,” influenc- ing the entire health

101 3 The Risk of Out- of- Pocket Health Care Expenditure at the End of Life Samuel Marshall, Kathleen McGarry, and Jonathan S. Skinner 3.1 Introduction The fi nancial impact of catastrophic out- of- pocket health care expen- ditures appears with alarming frequency in the national media (e.g., Trejos 2008; New York Times 2008), and there is strong evidence that average out- of- pocket expenditures are growing over time (Paez, Zhao, and Hwang 2009). Most recently, Webb and Zhivan (2010), using the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) data, estimate that 5

Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2000) Bd. (Vol.) 220/1 Abhandlungen / Original Papers Gesundheitsausgaben, Alter und medizinischer Fortschritt: Eine Regressionsanalyse Ageing, Medical Progress and Health Care Expenditures: A Regression Analysis Von Friedrich Breyer*, Konstanz, und Volker Ulrich*, Greifswald JEL H51, 111 Gesundheitsausgaben, GKV-Beitragssatz, Regressionsanalyse, Alterung, medizinischer Fortschritt. Health care expenditures, contribution rate, regression analysis, ageing, medical progress

testing approach. Energy Procedia, 75, 2658-2664. Lee, S.Y., Kim, C.W., Kang, J.H., & Seo, N.K. (2015). Unmet healthcare needs depending on employment status. Health Policy, 119, 899-906. Lynch, B.M. (2010). Sedentary behavior and cancer: a systematic review of the literature and proposed biological mechanisms. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. , 19, 2691-2709. Mladenovic, I., Milovancevic, M., Cokolov Mladenovic, S., Marjanovic, V., Petkovic, B. (2016). Analyzing and management of health care expenditure and gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate by adaptive

Jahrbücher f. Nationalökonomie u. Statistik (Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2007) Bd. (Vol.) 227/5+6 Das Sisyphus-Syndrom imGesundheitswesen: Neue Evidenz The Sisyphus Syndrome in Health: New Evidence Von Peter Zweifel, Zürich JEL I10, J10 Production of health, health care expenditure, dynamic feed back, Sisyphus syndrome. Summary Health care may be similar to the work Sisyphus, a Greek hero who was condemned by the Gods to push a big rock up a hill only to see it slip out of his hands before making it to the top. To see why there my be a Sisyphus syndrome in health

disease which, upon receiving appropriate medical treatment, nevertheless involves a mortality risk. The incidence of lethal diseases, the associated survival probability conditional upon treatment, and health care expenditure conditional upon health status may all depend on an individual’s history of health status in the past. Medical progress is taken to involve an increase in the survival probability of a specified lethal disease. First, this produces a direct effect on age-specific health care expenditure to the extent that progress affects the cost of treatment of

von Frühgeborenen an der Grenze der Lebensfähigkeit (Gestationsalter 22–26 SSW), Schweizerische Ärztezeitung 83, 171–176 oder www.neonet.ch. Breyer, F. und S. Felder (2005), Life Expectancy and Health Care Expenditures in the 21st Century: A New Calculation for Germany Using the Costs of Dying, Health Policy (forthcoming). Breyer, F. und V. Ulrich (2000), Gesundheitsausgaben, Alter und medizinischer Fortschritt: Eine Regressionsanalyse, Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 220, 1–17. Busse, R., C. Krauth und F.W. Schwartz (2002), Use of Acute Hospital

DOI 10.1515/fhep-2012-0010   Forum for Health Economics and Policy 2012; 15(3): 83–106 William M. Sage* Both Symptom and Disease: Relating Medical Malpractice to Health-Care Costs Abstract: Tort reformers blame the high cost of American health care on defensive responses to rampant medical malpractice litigation. Defenders of the tort system counter that holding health care providers liable for negligence improves safety and ensures compensation for injury. The relationship between medical malprac- tice and health care expenditures is more complex than either