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28105. On the verge: the transformation of long-term services and supports

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28106. Keeping watch: building state capacity to oversee Medicaid managed long-term services and supports

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28107. Nonelderly women in California: a health snapshot

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28110. Job-based coverage insures less than half of nonelderly Californians in 2011

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28111. Budget proposals turn back clock 30 years in long-term care services for California seniors

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28112. Holding on: older Californians with disabilities rely on public services to remain independent

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28113. Challenges to sustaining California's developmental disability services system

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28114. Newly insured Californians would fall by more than 1 million under the Affordable Care Act without the requirement to purchase insurance

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28115. Opportunity knocks: increasing the use of clinical preventive services by older adults in your community

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28118. Opportunity knocks for public health departments: increasing the use of clinical preventive services by older adults

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28119. Partnering to preserve senior health in California's public health system

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28120. Successful strategies for increasing enrollment in California's Low Income Health Program (LIHP)

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28121. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease burden in California and Southern California, 2011

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28122. After millions of Californians gain health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, who will remain uninsured?

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28124. Listening to family caregivers: the need to include family caregiver assessment in Medicaid home- and community-based service waiver programs

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28125. Star power: the effect of Angelina Jolie's personal story of BRCA1 mutation on testing rates among commercially insured women

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28126. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans 50--64: use of insurance marketplaces

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28127. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans ages 50--64: uninsured rate dropped by nearly half between December 2013 and March 2015

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28128. Monitoring the impact of health reform on American's ages 50--64: fewer Americans ages 50--64 have difficulty paying family medical bills after early ACA marketplace implementation

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28129. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans ages 50--64: access to health care improved during early ACA marketplace implementation

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28133. Adequate premium tax credits are vital to maintain access to affordable health coverage for older adults

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28134. Perspectives past, present, and future: traditional and alternative financial practices of the 45+ community : multicultural study, 2004

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28136. Why health plans should go to the "MAT" in the fight against opioid addiction

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28137. Understanding the rules: federal legal considerations for state-based approaches to expand coverage in California

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28138. Partnering to succeed: how small health centers can improve care and thrive under value-based payment

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28140. Mental health in California: for too many, care not there

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28143. California physician supply and distribution: headed for a drought?

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28145. Overcoming data-sharing challenges in the opioid epidemic: integrating substance use disorder treatment in primary care

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28146. Medi-Cal moves addiction treatment into the mainstream: early lessons from the Drug Medi-Cal Organized Delivery System pilots

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28147. California's nurse practitioners: how scope of practice laws impact care

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28148. California's physician assistants: how scope of practice laws impact care

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28149. Listening to Mothers in California: results from a population-based survey of women's childbearing experiences

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28150. ACA reduces racial/ethnic disparities in health coverage

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28151. Substance use in California: a look at addiction and treatment

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28152. Lessons learned from payer-provider partnerships for community-based palliative care

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28153. Changing public charge immigration rules: the potential impact on children who need care

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28154. The ABCs of APCDs: how states are using claims data to understand and improve care

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28155. Mental health and substance use: a crisis for California’s youth

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28156. Proposed work requirements in Pennsylvania Medicaid

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28157. Program promotes the establishment of hospital VTE prevention programs

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28160. Point-of-care technology: glucose meter's role in patient care

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28162. Quarterly update: what might be the impact of using the evidence-based best practices for preventing wrong-site surgery? : results of objective assessments of facilities' error analyses

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28164. Pennsylvania: on the CUSP of measuring infection prevention culture

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28165. Quarterly update on preventing wrong-site surgery

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28173. Multifaceted differences in implementation of practices for prevention of colorectal and bariatric surgical site infections

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28176. Results of the opioid knowledge assessment from the PA Hospital Engagement Network adverse drug event collaboration

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28179. Results of the PA-HEN organization assessment of safe practices for a class of high-alert medications

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28181. Skin integrity, immobility, and pressure ulcers in class III obese patients

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28182. Oral medications inadvertently given via the intravenous route

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28183. Spotlight on electronic health record errors: errors related to the use of default values

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28184. Strategies to fully implement infection control practices in Pennsylvania ambulatory surgical facilities

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28187. Preoperative screening and the influence on cancellations and transfers: an ambulatory surgical facility collaboration

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28191. Robotic-assisted surgery: focus on training and credentialing

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28192. Patient-to-patient aggression in the inpatient behavioral health setting

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28193. Results of the 2013-2014 opioid knowledge assessment: progress seen, but room for improvement

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28197. Standardized emergency codes may minimize "code confusion"

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28198. Patient flow in the ED: phase II--diagnostic evaluation through disposition decision

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28200. Oral anticoagulants: a review of common errors and risk reduction strategies

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