Asymmetric information

Provide the solution of this question. The problem of asymmetric information is that: A) neither health care buyers nor providers are well-informed. B) health care providers are well-informed, but buyers are not. C) the outcomes of many complex medical procedures cannot be predicted. D) insurance companies are well-informed but policy purchasers are not.

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