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1. ACOs' strategies for transitioning to value-based care: lessons from the Medicare shared savings program


2. Behavioral health integration in Medi-Cal: a blueprint for California


3. Behavioral health integration: treating the whole person


4. Blueprint for a healthier America: modernizing the federal public health system to focus on prevention and preparedness


5. Buprenorphine: an overview for clinicians


7. In their own voices: low-income women and their health providers in three communities talk about access to care, reproductive health, and immigration


8. Increasing access to behavioral health care advances value for patients, providers and communities


9. Low-Income Californians and health care: selected findings from the Kaiser Family Foundation/California Health Care Foundation California Health Policy Survey


11. One year after the storm: Texas Gulf Coast residents' views and experiences with Hurricane Harvey recovery


12. Pain in the nation update: while deaths from alcohol, drugs, and suicide slowed slightly in 2017, rates are still at historic highs


13. Pain in the nation: building a national resilience strategy : alcohol and drug misuse and suicide and the millennial generation : a devastating impact


14. Quantifying integrated physical and behavioral health care in Medi-Cal: a resource to measure care across systems for adult Medi-Cal enrollees


15. Ready or not?: protecting the public's health from diseases, disasters, and bioterrorism 2007


18. Whole person care improves care coordination for many Californians