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1. Use of dental care among Alabama's uninsured: results from Alabama's 2002 household survey

3. Impact of changes to the Current Population Survey (CPS) on state health insurance coverage estimation

4. State health insurance coverage estimates: why state-survey estimates differ from CPS

5. What is behind the 8 percent drop in uninsurance: changes in CPS health insurance measurement and the effect on state policy

6. Overview of approaches for estimating uninsurance rates at the sub-state level

8. Yet another wild card in state budget deliberations: federal SCHIP allocations to states

9. Expanding access to health insurance coverage lessens the burden of uncompensated care

10. Do national surveys overestimate the number of uninsured?: findings from the Medicaid undercount experiment in Minnesota

12. Reclassifying health insurance coverage for the Indian Health Service in the current population survey: impact on state uninsurance estimates

13. State tax incentives versus premium assistance: what's the difference?

15. State health insurance coverage estimates: a fresh look at why state survey estimates differ from CPS

21. The rural implications of geographic rating of health insurance premiums

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

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

24. State estimates of the low-income uninsured not eligible for the ACA Medicaid expansion

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

27. State estimates of limited English proficiency (LEP) by health insurance status

28. Using recent revisions to federal surveys for measuring the effects of the Affordable Care Act

29. Issues with the survey-based measure for patient centered medical homes for children

30. Data sources used for monitoring and evaluating health reform at the state level

31. Using insurer filings to monitor the private health insurance market

32. The capacity of self-reported health measures to predict high-need Medicaid enrollees

33. Rural implications of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act

34. Summary of recent and proposed changes to Medicare prescription drug coverage and reimbursement

37. Racial and ethnic disparities in influenza and pneumococcal immunization rates among Medicare beneficiaries

40. Health care reform: what's at stake for 50-to 64- year-olds?

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

44. An illustrative analysis of Medicare Options Compare: what's there and what's not

47. Medicare Part D's medication therapy management: shifting from neutral to drive

50. Changing health behaviors: reducing obesity by applying lessons learned from the campaign to control tobacco use

51. Policy options to improve specialized transportation

54. Racial and ethnic disparities in influenza and pneumococcal immunization rates among Medicare beneficiaries

56. Rx Price Watch report: retail prices for widely used brand name drugs increase considerably prior to generic competition

58. Health reform law creates new opportunities for states to save Medicaid dollars

60. Removing barriers to advanced practice registered nurse care: hospital privileges

61. Health insurance coverage for 50- to 64-year-olds

64. Assisted living and residential care in the states in 2010

65. The state of measurement of respite care

66. Removing barriers to advanced practice registered nurse care: home health and hospice services

68. A new way of looking at private pay affordability of long-term services and supports

69. After the Supreme Court decision: the implications of expanding Medicaid for uninsured low-income midlife adults

70. Keeping up with the times: supporting family caregivers with workplace leave policies

71. Two-thirds of states integrating Medicare and Medicaid services for dual eligibles

72. Family caregivers providing complex chronic care to people with cognitive and behavioral health conditions

73. A sense of déjà vu: the debate surrounding state biosimilar substitution laws

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

75. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans 50--64: Medicaid expansion and marketplace implementation increased health coverage

76. Monitoring the impact of health care reforms on Americans 50--64: awareness and coverage expectations

81. WIC reauthorization: opportunities for improving the nutritional status of women, infants, and children

97. Rebalancing long-term care: the role of the Medicaid HCBS waiver program

99. Medicare and mental health: the fundamentals

100. Value-based coverage policy in the United States and the United Kingdom: different paths to a common goal