Tuesday December 1, 2020

What now for health cover?

Bupa’s Supreme Court victory on risk equalisation should force us to ask hard questions of our current system and develop a proper policy response.

19th July, 2008

Bupa’s Supreme Court victory on risk equalisation should force us to ask hard questions of our current system and develop a proper policy response.

When the taxi market was deregulated some years ago, Dr John Fingleton, chairman of the Competition Authority at the time, was asked what would happen to the taxi men and women who were now sitting on a big loss. His response was that those cabbies had ‘‘backed a horse...

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