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2. Immigration detention: ICE needs to strengthen oversight of informed consent for medical care : report to congressional requesters

3. Maternal health: Outcomes worsened and disparities persisted during the pandemic : report to congressional addressees

4. Maternal health: Availability of hospital-based obstetric care in rural areas : report to congressional committees

5. Opioid use in long-term care settings: final report

6. Health insurance coverage and access to care among Black Americans: recent trends and key challenges

7. Resident and facility factors associated with high risk of discharge from nursing facilities, 2012-2017: final report

8. Landscape of area-level deprivation measures and other approaches to account for social risk and social determinants of health in health care payments

9. The coordinated specialty care transition study: final report

11. Data elements for research on the role of social determinants of health in Coronavirus disease 2019: infection and outcomes in the U.S

12. Improving data infrastructure for patient-centered outcomes research for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities

13. Unwinding the Medicaid continuous enrollment provision: projected enrollment effects and policy approaches

14. Health insurance deductibles among HealthCare.Gov enrollees, 2017-2021

15. Parents’ intentions to vaccinate children for COVID-19 by child age: sociodemographic factors and reasons for hesitancy

16. Understanding coverage considerations for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments

17. Medicare: CMS needs to address risks posed by provider enrollment waivers and flexibilities : report to congressional committees

18. Veterans health care: VA actions needed to ensure timely scheduling of specialty care appointments : report to congressional committees

19. Federal Employees Health Benefits Program: Additional monitoring mechanisms and fraud risk assessment needed to better ensure member eligibility : report to congressional requesters

20. Abuse and neglect: CMS should strengthen reporting requirements to better protect individuals receiving hospice care : report to the Honorable Charles E. Grassley, United States Senate

21. Public health preparedness: HHS could improve oversight of research involving enhanced potential pandemic pathogens : report to congressional committees

22. COVID-19: HHS funds allocated to support disproportionately affected communities : report to congressional addressees

23. Medicare Advantage: Plans generally offered some supplemental benefits, but CMS has limited data on utilization : report to congressional committees

24. Nursing homes: CMS should make ownership information more transparent for consumers : report to the Honorable Richard Neal, House of Representatives

25. Addressing social determinants of health: examples of successful evidence-based strategies and current federal efforts

26. Institutional review boards: Actions needed to improve federal oversight and examine effectiveness : report to congressional requesters

27. Tracking the funds: specific fiscal year 2022 provisions for Department of Health and Human Services : report to congressional committees

28. Access to preventive services without cost-sharing: evidence from the Affordable Care Act

29. Routine vaccinations: adult rates vary by vaccine type and other factors : report to congressional requesters

30. Public health preparedness: HHS should address strategic national stockpile requirements and inventory risks : report to congressional addressees

31. Federal economic stimulus projected to cut poverty in 2021, though poverty may rise as benefits expire

37. Pharmacokinetic-based criteria for supporting alternative dosing regimens of programmed cell death receptor-1 (PD-1) or programmed cell death-ligand 1 (PD-L1) blocking antibodies for treatment of patients with cancer: guidance for industry

40. Referencing the definition of “device” in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act in guidance, regulatory documents, communications, and other public documents: guidance for industry and Food and Drug Administration staff

42. How increased funding can advance the mission of the Indian Health Service to improve health outcomes for American Indians and Alaska Natives

44. National survey trends in telehealth use in 2021: disparities in utilization and audio vs. video services

46. Integrating SUD and OB/GYN care: policy challenges and opportunities final report

47. Implementing and sustaining zero suicide: health care system efforts to prevent suicide

48. Reductions in deaths and hospitalizations associated with COVID-19 vaccinations among Medicare beneficiaries: full year 2021 estimates

49. Racial and ethnic differences in children's mental health services in Medicaid before and during the COVID-19 pandemic

50. U.S. national and state estimates of children living with parents using substances, 2015– 2019

53. Foreign supplier verification programs for importers of food for humans and animals: guidance for industry

55. COVID-19 antivirals utilization: geographic and demographic patterns of treatment in 2022

56. Changes in health insurance coverage, 2019-2021: geographic and demographic patterns in the uninsured rate

58. Health care transitions for individuals returning to the community from a public institution: promising practices identified by the Medicaid reentry stakeholder group : report to Congress

60. Ownership of skilled nursing facilities: an analysis of newly-released federal data

61. Report on the affordability of insulin

69. Analysis of alternative approaches to increasing Part B financial assistance to Medicare beneficiaries with low incomes

70. The impact of the COVID-19 public health emergency expiration on all types of health coverage

71. Observing race and ethnicity through a new lens: an exploratory analysis of different approaches to measuring “street race”

72. Many Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander adults may face health care access challenges related to limited English proficiency

73. Immigration concerns continued to deter immigrant families with children from safety net programs in 2021, compounding other enrollment difficulties

77. Early changes in waivered clinicians and utilization of buprenorphine for opioid use disorder after implementation of the 2021 HHS Buprenorphine Practice Guidelines

80. How many people that receive one safety net benefit also receive others?

81. Disparities in preventive care receipt in Washington, DC, during the coronavirus pandemic: a case study

82. Which hospital financial characteristics are associated with medical debt?: hospital profitability, the provision of charity care, and medical debt in hospital markets

83. Findings from the first year of Medicaid managed care in North Carolina

84. Advancing maternal health equity in southern states: what are Medicaid programs doing and what more could they do?

85. How many people participate in the social safety net?

86. A framework for assessing equitable health outcomes of parks: guidance for park practitioners and local leaders

89. Insulin affordability and the Inflation Reduction Act: Medicare beneficiary savings by state and demographics

91. Final evaluation of California’s Whole Person Care (WPC) program

93. How the pandemic continues to shape Medicaid priorities: results from an annual Medicaid budget survey for state fiscal years 2022 and 2023

94. Assessing the effectiveness of policies to improve access to primary care for underserved populations. Case study analysis of Columbia County, Arkansas

95. Factors contributing to reductions in patient wait times at Indian Health Service emergency department facilities: a mixed-methods assessment

97. Underused Medicare Savings Programs can help many more older adults afford health care

100. A step forward for health care market oversight: Oregon Health Authority’s Health Care Market Oversight Program