In this paper, I would provide a logically consistent taxonomy of alternative health care financing avenues. I then explore the implications of these alternatives, finally establishing the conclusion that a combination of tax-financing and capped voluntary payments, supplemented by the setting of "moral hazard neutral" fees, would serve the purposes of expenditure containment, universal access to health care, and optimal resource allocation.
Health care financing and delivery in Hong Kong : what should be doneCentre for Public Policy Studies : CPPS Working Paper Series
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Citation InformationHo, L. S. (2001).Health care financing and delivery in Hong Kong: What should be done (CPPS Working Paper Series No.108). Retrieved from Lingnan University website: http://commons.ln.edu.hk/cppswp/55/