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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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51. Nearly 5 in 10 uninsured single young adults eligible for the health insurance marketplace could pay $50 or less per month for coverage in 2014

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52. Long-term and post-acute care providers engaged in health information exchange: final report

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53. EHR payment incentives for providers ineligible for payment incentives and other funding study

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54. Opportunities for engaging long-term and post-acute care providers in health information exchange activities: exchanging interoperable patient assessment information

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55. Integrating physical health care in behavioral health agencies in rural Pennsylvania

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56. Descriptive study of three disability competent managed care plans for Medicaid enrollees

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57. Strategies for integrating and coordinating care for behavioral health populations: case studies of four states

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58. How have long-term services and supports providers fared in the transition to Medicaid managed care?: a study of three states

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59. Quality in managed long-term services and supports programs

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60. Environment scan of MLTSS quality requirements in MCO contracts

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61. Participant-directed services in managed long-term services and supports programs: a five state comparison

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70. Competition and choice in the health insurance marketplaces, 2014-2015: impact on premiums

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75. The Affordable Care Act and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

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80. Predictors of job satisfaction and intent to leave among home health workers: an analysis of the national home health aide survey

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85. Evaluation of the Children's Aid Society (CAS)-Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Program in Chicago, IL: findings from the replication of an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for Children's Home + Aid

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86. Evaluation of CAS-Carrera Program in Georgia: findings from the replication of an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for Morehouse School of Medicine

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87. Evaluation of It's Your Game...Keep It Real in Houston, TX: findings from the replication of an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for University of Texas Health Sciences Center - Houston

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88. Evaluation of Promoting Health Among Teens! Abstinence-Only Intervention in Yonkers, NY: findings from the replication of an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for Program Reach, Inc

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89. Evaluation of Safer Sex Intervention in New Orleans, LA: findings from the replication of an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for Louisiana Public Health Institute

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90. Evaluation of Alaska Promoting Health Among Teens, Comprehensive Abstinence and Safer Sex (AKPHAT) in Alaska: findings from an innovative teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services

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91. Evaluation of BUtiful: an Internet pregnancy prevention intervention for older teenage women in New Orleans, Louisiana : findings from an innovative teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, August 31, 2015, updated November 11, 2015

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92. Evaluation of the Be Yourself/Sé Tú Mismo in Maryland: final impact report for George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health

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97. Evaluation of It's It's Your Game...Keep It Real in South Carolina: findings from the replication of an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program : final impact report for South Carolina campaign to prevent teen pregnancy

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98. Evaluation of Seventeen days in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia: final impact report for Carnegie Mellon University

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