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1. High-risk pools for uninsurable individuals

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2. Health care reform: promises and pitfalls for maternal and child health

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3. What we learned from the first open enrollment period, and what to expect from the second

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4. America's underinsured: a state-by-state look at health insurance affordability prior to the new coverage expansions

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5. Preliminary analysis of legislation that would replace subsidies for health care with block grants

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6. Reimagining federal and state roles for health reform under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

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7. Public health's role in a post-ACA world

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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25. Explaining health care reform: questions about health insurance subsidies

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26. How many of the uninsured can purchase a marketplace plan for less than their shared responsibility penalty?

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27. Health insurance exchanges and the Affordable Care Act: key policy issues

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28. Health insurance exchanges and the Affordable Care Act: eight difficult issues

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29. Help on the horizon: how the recession has left millions of workers without health insurance, and how health reform will bring relief : findings from the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey of 2010

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31. Insuring the future: current trends in health coverage and the effects of implementing the Affordable Care Act : findings from the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey, 2012

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32. Assessing the potential impact of the Affordable Care Act on uninsured community health center patients: an update

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33. Puerto Rico's community health centers in a time of crisis

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34. How could repealing key provisions of the Affordable Care Act affect community health centers and their patients?

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

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36. Assessing the potential impact of the Affordable Care Act on uninsured community health center patients: a nationwide and state-by-state analysis

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37. A framework for tracking the impacts of the Affordable Care Act in California

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38. Defining "family" for studies of health insurance coverage

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39. Creating seamless coverage transitions between Medicaid and the exchanges

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41. Early impacts of the Affordable Care Act on health insurance coverage in Minnesota

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42. Implementing eligibility changes under the Affordable Care Act: issues facing state Medicaid and CHIP programs

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43. State-level trends in employer-sponsored health insurance: a state-by-state analysis

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44. Newly insured Californians would fall by more than 1 million under the Affordable Care Act without the requirement to purchase insurance

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45. After millions of Californians gain health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, who will remain uninsured?

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46. Monitoring the impact of health reform on American's ages 50--64: fewer Americans ages 50--64 have difficulty paying family medical bills after early ACA marketplace implementation

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48. Adequate premium tax credits are vital to maintain access to affordable health coverage for older adults

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49. Status of U.S. health insurance coverage and the potential of recent congressional health reform bills to expand coverage and lower consumer costs: invited testimony : U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Rules : hearing on "Medicare for All Act of 2019"

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50. How CBO and JCT analyze major proposals that would affect health insurance coverage

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