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105. Employers' use of health insurance exchanges: lessons from Massachusetts


107. Ensuring health plan mergers benefit the community: California regulators and infrastructure investment programs


109. Evaluating the effect of infection control practices on reduction of CAUTIs in Pennsylvania long-term care facilities


112. Expanded young adult dependent coverage under the Affordable Care Act and its implications for risk pooling


114. Expanding specialized transportation: new opportunities under the Affordable Care Act


118. Extended-release opioid agonists and antagonist medications for addiction treatment (MAT) in patients with opioid use disorder: effectiveness and value : final evidence report


121. Falls rates improved in Southeastern Pennsylvania: the impact of a regional initiative to standardize falls reporting


126. Family members advocate for improved identification of patients with dementia in the acute care setting


127. Financing community health workers in transitions clinics


129. A first look at how Medicare Advantage benefits and premiums in individual enrollment plans are changing from 2008 to 2009


139. A growing crisis in health and long-term services and supports for midlife and older persons with disabilities: changes from 2002 to 2005


150. Healthcare outbreaks: risk assessment and mitigation based on pathogen, population, and environmental factors : the P2E concept