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Study Finds No Differences Exist in Values Accorded Health Between Those With and Without Health Insurance

Insurance status has been shown to be a significant determinant of healthcare utilization in Ireland after need has been controlled for. A study published in the journal Health Policy found no compelling evidence that meaningful differences exist in the values accorded health between those with and without health insurance.

For this study European researchers applied specific valuation tasks to a sample of 1160 residents of Ireland during 2015/16. The study provided no compelling evidence that any meaningful differences exists in the values accorded to health between those with and without health insurance.

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