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152. Medicaid: what we learned from the recent debate and what to watch for in September 2017

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154. New regulations broadening employer exemptions to contraceptive coverage: impact on women

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155. Putting Medicaid in the larger budget context: an in-depth look at three states in FY 2017 and FY 2018

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163. Health insurance exchanges in health care reform: legal and policy issues

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164. Health care opinion leaders' views on congressional priorities

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166. High performance health care for vulnerable populations: a policy framework for promoting accountable care in Medicaid

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167. Health care in the two Americas: findings from the Scorecard on State Health System Performance for Low-Income Populations, 2013

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168. Declining Medicaid fees and primary care appointment availability for new Medicaid patients

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170. Identifying and evaluating equity provisions in state health care reform

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171. Implementing the Affordable Care Act: key design decisions for state-based exchanges

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172. Integrating Medicaid supplemental payments into value-based purchasing

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173. Medi-Cal physician and dentist fees: a comparison to other Medicaid programs and Medicare

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175. How Medicaid expansions and future community health center funding will shape capacity to meet the nation's primary care needs

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176. Assessing the potential impact of the Affordable Care Act on uninsured community health center patients: an update

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177. How Medicaid expansions and future community health center funding will shape capacity to meet the nation's primary care needs: a 2014 update

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178. Community health centers and their role for patients enrolled in the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

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179. How are migrant health centers and their patients faring under the Affordable Care Act?

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180. Community health centers and Medicaid payment reform: emerging lessons from Medicaid expansion states

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181. How could repealing key provisions of the Affordable Care Act affect community health centers and their patients?

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182. Puerto Rico's community health centers: struggling to recover in the wake of Hurricane Maria

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183. State economic and employment losses if community health center funding is not restored

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184. Community health centers continued to expand patient and service capacity in 2017

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185. Health center data insights: changes in health center patients served, 2010-2016

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186. National variation in opioid prescribing and risk of prolonged use for opioid-naive patients treated in the emergency department for ankle sprains

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188. SCHIP at the crossroads: California's options in responding to new federal funding conditions

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189. Ready or not: are health care safety-net systems prepared for reform?

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190. Scope of practice laws in health care: rethinking the role of nurse practitioners

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191. Scope of practice laws in health care: exploring new approaches for California

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192. Slowing Medi-Cal churn: counties collaborate to improve efficiency

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194. An unprecedented opportunity: using federal stimulus funds to advance health IT in California

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196. A tighter bond: California hospitals seek stronger ties with physicians

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