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101. What we know about health reform in Massachusetts

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103. Aiming higher: results from a Scorecard on State Health System Performance, 2014

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106. Deciphering the data: health insurance marketplace enrollment rates by type of exchange

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107. Deciphering the data: state-based marketplaces spent heavily to help enroll consumers

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108. Deciphering the data: final enrollment rates show federally run marketplaces make up lost ground at end of open enrollment

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109. Deciphering the data: health insurance rates and rate review

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110. How did rural residents fare on the health insurance marketplaces?

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111. Essential health benefits: 50-state variations on a theme

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112. Window shopping on Healthcare.gov and the state-based marketplaces: more consumer support is needed

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115. The financial condition and performance of CO-OP plans

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116. Increasing the value of health care: the role of nurses

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117. How nursing affects Medicare's outcome-based hospital payments

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118. ACA-mandated elimination of cost sharing for preventive screening has had limited early impact

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120. Primary care appointment availability for Medicaid patients: comparing traditional and premium assistance plans

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125. Health insurance survey: knowledge, attitudes, & behaviors of Mississippi residents : final report

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126. The economic impact of potential closures of rural hospitals in rural Mississippi: a focus on the economic and policy implications & alternative models for rural hospitals in Mississippi

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127. Lessons from the Small Business Health Options Program: the SHOP experience in California and Colorado

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129. The cost of caring: drivers of spending on hospital care

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130. The opportunities and challenges for rural hospitals in an era of health reform

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131. Program integrity after the enactment of health reform

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132. Bringing behavioral health into the care continuum: opportunities to improve quality, costs, and outcomes

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133. Hospitals demonstrate commitment to quality improvement

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134. State regulation of coverage options outside of the Affordable Care Act: limiting the risk to the individual market

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136. What is the impact on enrollment and premiums if the duration of short-term health insurance plans is increased?

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137. Americans' views on health insurance at the end of a turbulent year

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138. Getting ready for health reform 2020: what past presidential campaigns can teach us

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139. Price transparency efforts accelerate: what hospitals and other stakeholders are doing to support consumers

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141. The effect of eliminating the individual mandate penalty and the role of behavioral factors

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142. 2018 scorecard on health system performance

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143. California's insurance exchange: experts tackle the big questions

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144. Change agent: the California Health Benefit Exchange as a catalyst of finance and delivery reform

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146. Improper payments: improvements needed in CMS and IRS controls over health insurance premium tax credit : report to Congressional committees

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147. Health insurance marketplaces: CMS needs to improve its oversight of state IT systems' sustainability and performance : report to Congressional requesters

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148. Affordable Care Act: IRS should mitigate limitations of data to be used for the age and gender adjustment for the tax on high-cost health plans : report to Congressional committees

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149. State health- insurance marketplaces: three states used varied data sources for eligibility and had few indications of potentially improper enrollments : report to Congressional requesters

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150. Implications of navigator funding changes on people with HIV: navigator perspectives

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151. Navigating recovery: health care financing and delivery systems in Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands

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152. Individual insurance market performance in late 2017

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154. Health coverage by race and ethnicity: changes under the ACA

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159. Gauging the progress of the National Health Information Technology Initiative: perspectives from the field

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160. A delicate balance: behavioral health, patient privacy, and the need to know

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161. Electronic release of clinical laboratory results: a review of state and federal policy

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162. Price leader: the California Health Benefit Exchange as a driver of low premiums

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163. Setting the stage: visions for the California Health Benefit Exchange

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164. Competing demands: operational imperatives for the California Health Benefit Exchange

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165. Public partner: the California Health Benefit Exchange aligned with Medi-Cal

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166. Service center: the California Health Benefit Exchange as a consumer destination

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167. Directory assistance: maintaining reliable provider directories for health plan shoppers

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171. Implementing national health reform in California: opportunities for improved access to care

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172. Implementing national health reform in California: changes to public and private insurance

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177. Appropriate use of voluntary consensus standards in premarket submissions for medical devices: guidance for industry and Food and Drug Administration staff

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178. How would state-based individual mandates affect health insurance coverage and premium costs?

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186. The Commonwealth Fund / National Opinion Research Center Survey of Retiree Health Benefits, 2005: a chartbook

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188. Early adopters of the accountable care model: a field report on improvements in health care delivery

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190. Finding resources for health reform and bending the health care cost curve

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191. Ensuring equity: a post-reform framework to achieve high performance health care for vulnerable populations

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192. Evaluating the CARE Act: implications of a proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act

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193. How the Cruz Amendment might affect the marketplace: applying different rules to competing health plans

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195. State-by-state estimates of reductions in federal Medicaid funding under repeal of the ACA Medicaid expansion

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196. Health coverage and care for immigrants

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197. What are the implications for Medicare of the American Health Care Act and the Better Care Reconciliation Act?

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198. Section 1332 state innovation waivers: current status and potential changes

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199. Using Medicaid to wrap around private insurance: key questions to consider

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200. Some counties may lack an ACA marketplace insurer next year--but many more lack Medicare Advantage plans today

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