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9. State Pharmacy Assistance Programs vs. Medicare prescription drug plans: how do they contain rising costs?

10. Understanding workers' compensation medical care in California

15. Telemedicine in California: progress, challenges, and opportunities

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

17. Whose data is it anyway?: expanding consumer control over personal health information

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

19. Specialty care in the safety net: efforts to expand timely access

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

21. Touchscreen check-in: kiosks speed hospital registration

23. Understanding common reasons for patient referrals in difficult-to-access specialties

24. Using Web technology for public program enrollment: assessing One-e-App in three California counties

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

28. What California stands to gain: the impact of the stimulus package on health care

29. Strategic restructuring for community clinics: options and examples

30. Workflow redesign: a model for California clinics

33. Using tracking tools to improve patient flow in hospitals

34. Trendspotting: how IT triggers better care in nursing homes

35. Shifting ground: erosion of the delegated model in California

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

37. Using data to improve maternity care in California: research collaborations and future opportunities : symposium summary

38. Weaving palliative care into primary care: a guide for community health centers

39. Data inadequacies undermine CMS's oversight of the inconsistency resolution process for the federal marketplace

40. CMS validated hospital inpatient quality reporting program data, but should use additional tools to identify gaming

42. CDC generally met its inspection goals for the federal select agent program: however, opportunities exist to strengthen oversight

44. Round 2 competitive bidding for CPAP/RAD: disrupted access unlikely for devices, inconclusive for supplies

46. OHRP generally conducted its compliance activities independently, but changes would strengthen its independence

47. HHS's Office of Refugee Resettlement improved coordination and outreach to promote the safety and well-being of unaccompanied alien children

48. Medicare program shared savings accountable care organizations have shown potential for reducing spending and improving quality

51. As funding for BPA research increased, NIEHS followed its peer review process while also exercising its discretion

53. Medicare Part B drug payments: impact of price substitutions based on 2014 average sales prices

55. Drug supply chain security: wholesalers exchange most tracing information

60. Enhancements needed in the tracking and collection of Medicare overpayments identified by ZPICS and PSCS

61. A few states fell short in timely investigation of the most serious nursing home complaints: 2011-2015

63. Medicare Part B drug payments: impact of price substitutions based on 2015 average sales prices

64. Medicare payments for clinical diagnostic laboratory tests in 2016: year 3 of baseline data

65. Excluding noncovered versions when setting payment for two Part B drugs would have resulted in lower drug costs for Medicare and its beneficiaries

66. Medicaid Fraud Control Units: investigation and prosecution of fraud and beneficiary abuse in Medicaid personal care services

67. Followup review: CMS's management of the quality payment program

68. Potential misclassifications reported by drug manufacturers may have led to $1 billion in lost Medicaid rebates

69. Entities' experiences and perceptions of reporting the theft, loss, or release of select agents or toxins to CDC

70. Drug supply chain security: dispensers received most tracing information

72. Round two competitive bidding for oxygen: continued access for vast majority of beneficiaries

73. Round two competitive bidding for enteral nutrition: continued access for vast majority of beneficiaries

74. HRSA helped health centers with elevated risks and can continue to take additional steps

76. Part D plans generally include drugs commonly used by dual eligibles: 2018

78. Entities generally met Federal Select Agent Program internal inspection requirements, but CDC could do more to improve effectiveness

79. Opioid use in Medicare Part D remains concerning

80. CMS did not detect some inappropriate claims for durable medical equipment in nursing facilities

81. Opioids in Ohio Medicaid: review of extreme use and prescribing

84. Medicare Part B drug payments: impact of price substitutions based on 2016 average sales prices

85. Questionable billing for compounded topical drugs in Medicare Part D

86. FDA should further integrate its review of cybersecurity into the premarket review process for medical devices

87. Treatment planning and medication monitoring were lacking for children in foster care receiving psychotropic medication

88. Medicare payments for clinical diagnostic laboratory tests in 2017: year 4 of baseline data

92. Medicare Advantage appeal outcomes and audit findings raise concerns about service and payment denials

93. States follow a common framework in responding to breaches of Medicaid data

94. Hospitals reported improved preparedness for emerging infectious diseases after the Ebola outbreak

95. What is “affordable” health care?: a review of concepts to guide policymakers

96. A comprehensive measure of the costs of caring for a parent: differences according to functional status

98. The cost of employer insurance is a growing burden for middle-income families

99. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: semi-annual report : baseline data for the implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Kentucky

100. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: ACA improves health insurance coverage for Kentucky children