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201. Understanding workers' compensation medical care in California

206. Telemedicine in California: progress, challenges, and opportunities

207. Scope of practice laws in health care: rethinking the role of nurse practitioners

208. Whose data is it anyway?: expanding consumer control over personal health information

209. Scope of practice laws in health care: exploring new approaches for California

210. Specialty care in the safety net: efforts to expand timely access

211. Slowing Medi-Cal churn: counties collaborate to improve efficiency

212. Touchscreen check-in: kiosks speed hospital registration

214. Understanding common reasons for patient referrals in difficult-to-access specialties

215. Using Web technology for public program enrollment: assessing One-e-App in three California counties

216. An unprecedented opportunity: using federal stimulus funds to advance health IT in California

219. What California stands to gain: the impact of the stimulus package on health care

220. Strategic restructuring for community clinics: options and examples

221. Workflow redesign: a model for California clinics

224. Using tracking tools to improve patient flow in hospitals

225. Trendspotting: how IT triggers better care in nursing homes

226. Shifting ground: erosion of the delegated model in California

227. A tighter bond: California hospitals seek stronger ties with physicians

228. Using data to improve maternity care in California: research collaborations and future opportunities : symposium summary

229. Weaving palliative care into primary care: a guide for community health centers

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

231. A comprehensive measure of the costs of caring for a parent: differences according to functional status

232. The cost of employer insurance is a growing burden for middle-income families

233. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: semi-annual report : baseline data for the implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Kentucky

234. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: ACA improves health insurance coverage for Kentucky children

235. Evaluation of the Minnesota Accountable Health Model: first annual report : final

236. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: section 1115 waivers and ACA Medicaid expansions : a review of policies and evidence from five states

237. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: semi-annual report

238. SIM "stack" in Minnesota: a case study of Otter Tail County Public Health

239. Study of the impact of the ACA implementation in Kentucky: final report

240. Evaluation of the Minnesota accountable health model: executive summary

241. Section 1115 Medicaid expansion waivers: implementation experiences : findings from structured interviews in Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, & Michigan : final report

242. Minnesota's uninsured in 2017: rates and characteristics

243. Minnesota's accountable communities for health: context and core components

244. The opioid epidemic: national trends in opioid-related overdose deaths from 2000 to 2016

245. The opioid epidemic: state trends in opioid-related overdose deaths from 2000 to 2016

246. State level trends in children's health insurance coverage, 2016: 50-state comparison tables

247. Comparing federal government surveys that count the uninsured: 2018

248. How ACOs are caring for people with complex needs

249. What is the status of women's health and health care in the U.S. compared to ten other countries?

250. Cost impact of the transitional care model for hospitalized cognitively impaired older adults: use of advanced practice nurses can lower postacute care use and costs