5. Managerial risk
6. Supply / demand elasticity and changes
9. Information availability and/or asymmetries
10. Market structure and any government intervention
11. Economic incentives
12. Economic and/or clinical outputs and outcomes
13. Economic perspectives of providers, businesses, consumers/patients, payers and/or government regulators
14. Methods of economic evaluation
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The supply of health care is curtailed. The production and the delivery of any goods and services depends on their profitability. The single-payer system likely sets the fixed price for particular care and procedures, the health care providers will not be able to change the price depending on the demand of the care.
increase because individuals are more likely to see health care providers more since cost is not an issue resulting in longer wait times to see providers as well as the quality could start to go down because of the heavy patient load....
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