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Physician-induced demand for surgery

Jerry Cromwell

Physician-induced demand for surgery

by Jerry Cromwell

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Published by Center for Health Economics Research in Chestnut Hill, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fees,
  • Elective Surgery,
  • Physician services utilization,
  • Practice,
  • Surgeons,
  • Surgery

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jerry Cromwell, Ph.D. and Janet B. Mitchell, Ph.D. of the Center for Health Economics Research
    ContributionsMitchell, Janet B., Center for Health Economics Research, United States. Health Care Financing Administration
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD27.42 .C76 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 pages :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25601908M
    OCLC/WorldCa851089870

    Physician-induced demand means that a portion of health care purchases may reflect physician preferences. This can occur because of consumers' lack of information about the effectiveness of various health care alternatives. The probability and severity of effects of induced demand are because of the interaction between a range of factors that can affect physicians and patients behavior. Physician-induced demand for surgery. J Health Econ. ; – Rice TH. The impact of changing medicare reimbursement rates on physician-induced demand. Med Care. Cited by: 3.

    The Brigham and Dana-Farber Board Review in Hematology and Oncology. 24/12/ >. The Relative Importance of Physician-Induced Demand in the Demand for Medical Care | Data from the National Medical Care Expenditure Study shed light on competing hypotheses about the physician's role as agent for the patient or asCited by:

    Do Physicians Induce Demand for Medical Services? Do Physicians Induce Demand for Medical Services? Rice, Thomas H.; Labelle, Roberta J. In this paper we provide a critique of an article by Roger Feldman and Frank Sloan that appeared in the Summer issue of this journal. In that article, the authors contend that there is little evidence to support the notion of supplier. e.) the demand for health is a derived demand. Answer: b Reference: The Production of Health Level: Easy 14) The need for medical care and the demand for medical care a.) are never the same. b.) depend on the perspective of physicians, patients, and third party Size: KB.


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A simultaneous equation model is used to estimate physician demand and equilibrium fees for surgery from a sample of PSUs over the period. The results provide definite support for the notion of competitive market failure--particularly in large metropolitan by:   Supported by Health Care Financing Administration, Office of Research grant no.

P/Pages:   Following up the earlier findings by Fuchs on surgeon-induced demand, this paper makes numerous data and econometric improvements in conducting a test of neoclassical and inducement theories.

A simultaneous equation model is used to estimate physician demand and equilibrium fees for surgery from a sample of PSUs over the – by: A simultaneous equation model is used to estimate physician demand and equilibrium fees for surgery from a sample of PSUs over the – period.

The results provide definite support for the notion of competitive market failure — particularly in large metropolitan by: North-Holland PHYSICIAN-INDUCED DEMAND FOR SURGERY* Jerry CROMWELL and Janet B. MITCHELL Center for Health Ecomamics Research, Needham, MAUSA Received Januaryfinal version received July Following up the earlier findings by Fuchs on surgeon-induced demand, this paper makes numerous data and econometric improvements in conducting a test of Cited by: physician-induced demand for surgery 1.

Introduction Policymakers are increasingly concerned with the high costs attributable to unnecessary medical care utilization, particularly the performance of excessive amounts of surgery.

Cromwell, Jerry & Mitchell, Janet B., "Physician-induced demand for surgery," Journal of Health Economics, Elsevier, vol. 5(4), pagesPHYSICIAN-INDUCED DEMAND FOR MEDICAL CARE* JERRY GREEN ABSTRACT This paper addresses the theoretical models designed to ascertain the existence of a variable level of physicians' activity in shifting the demand of their patients.

Two basic approaches are followed: equilibrium models of the demand for health care, and disequilibrium models. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Jerry Cromwell and Janet B.

Mitchell. Physician Induced Demand In health economics text books ever since the first one I used by Paul Feldstein when I took my first health economics class in the /90 academic year back at Penn State, the authors have discussed the topic of supplier induced demand.

This concept in health economics represents the idea that physicians can provide Author: Kevin Frick. Physician-induced demand exists when the physician influences a patient’s demand for care against the physician’s interpretation of the best interests of the patient.

Under induced demand, a physician takes an action to shift the patient’s demand curve in the direction of the phys-ician’s own interests. "Physician-induced Demand" published on 31 Jul by Edward Elgar Publishing : Anthony J.

Culyer. But when physician-induced demand is prevalent in the medical care market, an increase in the number of physicians per capita raises the demand for medical services as a result of the physician’s discretionary power.

This is the English version of a paper presented at the annual conference of the Japan Economics. This article reviews the evidence on physician-induced demand from health economics. The focus of the review is on empirical studies of induced demand, but results are put in context using the related theoretical literature.

Relevant evidence from other literatures is also discussed. Finally, implications of findings for policy and directions for future research are explored.

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The Journal of Human Resources. ;Cited by: Downloadable. There is a huge variation in medical utilization across geographic areas in the U.S. In addition, supply of medical care is positively correlated with demand.

One commonly suspected possibility is physicians induce demand using their superior medical knowledge. This paper tests the supply induced demand in medicine using the exogenous negative income shock to Obstetrics.

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SOEP Paper No. 36 Pages Posted: 13 Feb See all articles by Hendrik Jürges Hendrik Jürges. University of Mannheim - Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging (MEA); German Cited by: physician-induced demand by relating the supply of surgeons to the ^ A more detailed review of the literature available prior to was recently completed by Mitchell and Cromwell ().

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