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


3. Individuals living in the community with chronic conditions and functional limitations: a closer look


5. Health and Human Services funding for abstinence education, education for teen pregnancy, and HIV/STD prevention, and other programs that address adolescent sexual activity


6. Survey data on health insurance coverage for 2013 and 2014


7. Health insurance issuer participation and new entrants in the Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015


8. Increased coverage of preventive services with zero cost sharing under the Affordable Care Act


11. Nearly 5 in 10 uninsured single young adults eligible for the health insurance marketplace could pay $50 or less per month for coverage in 2014


17. Competition and choice in the health insurance marketplaces, 2014-2015: impact on premiums


22. The Affordable Care Act and Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders


26. Predictors of job satisfaction and intent to leave among home health workers: an analysis of the national home health aide survey


47. Health care at the cutting edge: the role of academic health centers in the provision of specialty care : a report of the Commonwealth Fund Task Force on Academic Health Centers


52. The Medicare preferred provider organization demonstration: overview of design, characteristics, and outstanding issues of interest


66. Pandemic flu and the potential for U.S. economic recession: a state-by-state analysis


67. Shortchanging America's health: a state-by-state look at how federal public health dollars are spent and key state health facts