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1. 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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2. ACA coverage expansions: measuring and monitoring churn at the state level

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3. ACA state based marketplace public reporting: comparing open enrollment period 1 (OEP1) to open enrollment period 2 (OEP2)

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4. A call to lead: the case for accelerating academic health center transformation

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

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

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8. Creating seamless coverage transitions between Medicaid and the exchanges

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9. Best practices in SHAP outreach, eligibility, and enrollment activities

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10. SHAP enrollment and eligibility activities: implications for process and system modernization under national health reform

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11. Predicting the effects of the Affordable Care Act: a comparative analysis of health policy microsimulation models

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

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14. Estimates of direct purchase from the ACS and Medicaid misreporting: is there a link?

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15. Monitoring the impacts of health reform at the state level: using federal survey data

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16. Making use of all-payer claims databases for health care reform evaluation

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17. Availability and use of enrollment data from the ACA health insurance marketplace

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18. Measuring and monitoring churn at the state level: methods and data sources

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19. Methods brief: Minnesota Health Insurance Transitions Study (MN-HITS)

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20. Health insurance transitions under the ACA experienced by people previously insured in non-group plans

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23. Community health centers: growing importance in a changing health care system

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24. Women's coverage, access, and affordability: key findings from the 2017 Kaiser Women's Health Survey

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26. Abortion coverage in the Premium Relief Act of 2017 (HR 4666)

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27. Abortion coverage in the Bipartisan Health Care Stabilization Act of 2018 (S.1771)

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28. The effects of Medicaid expansion under the ACA: updated findings from a literature review

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33. Health and access to care and coverage for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals in the U.S

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38. Disparities in health and health care: five key questions and answers

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39. Community health centers' experiences in a more mature ACA market

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41. Section 1115 Medicaid demonstration waivers: the current landscape of approved and pending waivers

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44. Medicare-for-all and public plan buy-in proposals: overview and key issues

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46. How repeal of the individual mandate and expansion of loosely regulated plans are affecting 2019 premiums

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48. Insurer participation on ACA marketplaces, 2014--2019

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49. Potential changes to Medicaid long-term care spousal impoverishment rules: States' plans and implications for community integration

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50. New regulations broadening employer exemptions to contraceptive coverage: impact on women

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