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Does Medicare Coverage Improve Cancer Detection and Mortality Outcomes?
This study provides the first evidence to our knowledge that near‐universal access to Medicare at age 65 is associated with improvements in population‐level cancer mortality.
Out‐of‐Network Air Ambulance Bills: Prevalence, Magnitude, and Policy Solutions
Out‐of‐network air ambulance bills are a type of surprise medical bill and are driven by many of the same market failures behind other surprise medical bills.
Early Delays in Insurance Coverage and Long- Term Use of Home- Based Peritoneal Dialysis
The study analyzes Medicare coverage delays among the uninsured and their effect on long-term peritoneal dialysis use.
Relationships Between Initial COVID-19 Risk Perceptions and Protective Health Behaviors: A National Survey
In the initial stage of the epidemic, authors examined perceived risks for COVID-19 infection and infection fatality, and whether these risk perceptions are associated with protective behaviors. They also examined whether findings differed between later versus earlier responders.