CSS Insurance

Research

Which risk adjustment formula is sustainable and efficient in a managed competition system for social health insurance? Can risk selection be mitigated by mandatory high risk pooling? How does regulation affect the exposure of insurers to risk? Which payment schemes for managed care organizations set strong incentives both for efficiency in health care delivery and solidarity with high risks? These and related questions are discussed in the research papers of the CSS Institute for Empirical Health Economics.

Publications and presentations since 2007

As of March 2019

Publications and presentations

Our work has been published in the following peer-reviewed journals

  • Journal of Health Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Health Policy
  • International Journal of Health Economics and Management (until 2014: International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics)
  • Health Economics, Policy and Law
  • European Journal of Health Economics
  • Health Economic Review
  • Preventive Medicine Reports
  • Schweizerische Ärztezeitung
  • Journal für Urologie & Urogynäkologie
  • Managed Care
  • Gesundheitsökonomisches Qualitätsmanagement