The Impact of Nearly Universal Insurance Coverage on Health Care Utilization and Health: Evidence from Medicare
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- David Card & Carlos Dobkin & Nicole Maestas, 2004. "The Impact of Nearly Universal Insurance Coverage on Health Care Utilization and Health Evidence from Medicare," Working Papers 197, RAND Corporation.
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