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18. Accelerating adoption of assistive technology to reduce physical strain among family caregivers of the chronically disabled elderly living at home


19. Compendium of home modification and assistive technology policy and practice across the states. volume I. Final report


20. Prescription drug spending by Medicare beneficiaries in institutional and residential settings, 1998-2001


25. Individuals living in the community with chronic conditions and functional limitations: a closer look


27. Nursing home ownership trends and their impact on quality of care


30. Beyond fair hearings: how five states help Medicaid managed care beneficiaries resolve disputes with health plans


31. Coordination of care for persons with disabilities enrolled in Medicaid managed care: a conceptual framework to guide the development of measures


40. Health and Human Services funding for abstinence education, education for teen pregnancy, and HIV/STD prevention, and other programs that address adolescent sexual activity


42. Survey data on health insurance coverage for 2013 and 2014


43. Health insurance issuer participation and new entrants in the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015


45. Increased coverage of preventive services with zero cost sharing under the Affordable Care Act


48. Eligible uninsured Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders: 8 in 10 could receive health insurance marketplace tax credits, Medicaid, or CHIP


49. Eligible uninsured Latinos: 8 in 10 could receive health insurance marketplace tax credits, Medicaid, or CHIP


50. Eligible uninsured African Americans: 6 in 10 could receive health insurance marketplace tax credits, Medicaid, or CHIP