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2. Accelerating adoption of assistive technology to reduce physical strain among family caregivers of the chronically disabled elderly living at home

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3. Prescription drug spending by Medicare beneficiaries in institutional and residential settings, 1998-2001

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13. How ACA repeal and replace proposals could affect coverage and premiums for older adults and have spillover effects for Medicare

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24. The asset and income profile of residents in seniors care communities

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31. Residents in seniors housing and care communities: overview of the Residents Financial Survey

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36. New evidence on the risk of requiring long-term care

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37. Out-of-pocket expenditures for adults with health care expenses for multiple chronic conditions, U.S. civilian noninstitutionalized population, 2014

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40. When the nest egg cracks: financial consequences of health problems, marital status changes, and job layoffs at older ages

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42. Health insurance and the labor supply decision of older workers: evidence from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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44. Medicare, retirement costs, and labor supply at older ages

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48. The well-being of retirees: evidence using subjective data

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50. Will health care costs erode retirement security?

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51. Is private long-term care insurance the answer?

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53. Medicaid and long-term care: how will rising costs affect services for an aging population?

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56. Does Medicare Part D protect the elderly from financial risk?

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65. Do health insurance reforms boost demands for older workers by SES?

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68. The aging services network: accomplishments and challenges in serving a growing elderly population

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69. Comparison of the value of nursing work environments in hospitals across different levels of patient risk

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70. Adjuvant chemotherapy use and health care costs after introduction of genomic testing in breast cancer

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71. Distracted driving in Mississippi: an update

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73. Long-term care financing reform: lessons from the U.S. and abroad

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75. Community-based long-term care: Wisconsin stays ahead : site visit report

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76. Are Medicare patients getting sicker?

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77. Skin and soft-tissue infections in long-term care

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78. Increasing influenza and pneumonia vaccination rates in long-term care

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81. How much does out-of-pocket medical spending eat away at retirement income?

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86. Caring for an aging America: invited testimony : House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies : hearing on "Health Care Access and the Aging of America"

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88. Optimal use of antibiotics for urinary tract infections in long-term care facilities: successful strategies prevent resident harm

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89. Front and center: ensuring that health reform puts people first

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90. Aging: health challenges and the role of social connections

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93. Health coverage for aging baby boomers: findings from the Commonwealth Fund Survey of Older Adults

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94. Health care in the two Americas: findings from the Scorecard on State Health System Performance for Low-Income Populations, 2013

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98. Bringing primary care home: the Medical House Call Program at MedStar Washington Hospital Center

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