Matthew Holt scores an interesting find. Turns out that HMO competition makes them less, not more, efficient. Apparently, if you gather a few HMO's in a town, they'll mainly compete over who can insure the most people who need insurance the least. In other words, it becomes a race to the healthy. Fascinating stuff.
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