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2. The medical part of the final report made to the Secretary of War by the Provost Marshal General of the operations of the Bureau of the Provost Marshal General of the U.S: from the commencement of the business of the Bureau, March 17, 1863, to March 17, 1866, the Bureau terminating by law August 28, 1866

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15. No appointment needed: the resurgence of urgent care centers in the United States

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22. On the road to meaningful use of EHRs: a survey of California physicians

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24. Los Angeles: fragmented health care market shows signs of coalescing

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25. Measuring up?: end-of-life cancer care in California

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26. How Medicaid expansions and future community health center funding will shape capacity to meet the nation's primary care needs

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27. Assessing the potential impact of state policies on community health centers' outreach and enrollment activities

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28. Assessing the potential impact of the Affordable Care Act on uninsured community health center patients: an update

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29. How Medicaid expansions and future community health center funding will shape capacity to meet the nation's primary care needs: a 2014 update

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30. Using payment reform strategies to strengthen family planning services at community health centers

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31. Community health centers and their role for patients enrolled in the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

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32. Teaching health centers: a promising approach for building primary care workforce for the 21st Century

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33. Can electronic health records systems support new payment methods for health centers?

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34. How has the Affordable Care Act benefitted medically underserved communities?: national findings from the 2014 Community Health Centers Uniform Data System

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35. Puerto Rico's community health centers in a time of crisis

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36. How are migrant health centers and their patients faring under the Affordable Care Act?

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37. Community health centers and Medicaid payment reform: emerging lessons from Medicaid expansion states

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38. How could repealing key provisions of the Affordable Care Act affect community health centers and their patients?

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39. Projected financial losses experienced by community health centers under a scenario of major cuts in key sources of federal funding: 2018-2022

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41. What are the possible effects of failing to extend the community health center fund?

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42. Puerto Rico's community health centers: struggling to recover in the wake of Hurricane Maria

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43. State economic and employment losses if community health center funding is not restored

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44. The state of recovery: an update on community health centers in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

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45. Legacy Community Health Services v. Smith: what are the national implications for community health centers and their communities?

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46. Community health centers continued to expand patient and service capacity in 2017

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47. Health centers and family planning update: implications of the 2014 Quality Family Planning Services Guidelines issued by the CDC and the Office of Population Affairs

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48. Patient experiences with family planning in community health centers

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49. Health center data insights: changes in health center patients served, 2010-2016

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50. Cost-effective screening and treatment of Hepatitis C

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51. National variation in opioid prescribing and risk of prolonged use for opioid-naive patients treated in the emergency department for ankle sprains

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53. Partnerships between New York City health care institutions and community-based organizations: a qualitative study on processes, outcomes, facilitators, and barriers to effective collaboration

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55. Housing and health in New York City: perspectives from low-income communities : a report of focus group findings : New York City Population Health Improvement Program May 2018

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61. Surgical fires: decreasing incidence relies on continued prevention efforts

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62. Identifying patient harm from direct oral anticoagulants

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63. Combat norovirus infections in long-term care facilities

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65. The breakup: errors when altering oral solid dosage forms

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67. A second breadth: hospital-acquired pneumonia in Pennsylvania, nonventilated versus ventilated patients

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71. Privacy, security, and the Regional Health Information Organization

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73. Racial, cultural, and ethnic factors affecting the quality of end-of-life care in California: findings and recommendations

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75. SCHIP at the crossroads: California's options in responding to new federal funding conditions

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77. Safety-net providers bring patients online: lessons from early adopters

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78. Reducing ambulance diversion in California: strategies and best practices

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79. Ready or not: are health care safety-net systems prepared for reform?

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80. San Francisco Bay Area: health care providers shift allegiances as regional networks emerge

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81. Riverside/San Bernardino: vast region, market fragmentation add to access woes

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82. Sacramento: health providers collaborate and weather economic downturn

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83. San Diego: health care providers expand capacity as competition increases for well-insured patients

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96. The committee appointed "to prepare a nomenclature of diseases adapted to the United States, having reference to a general registration of deaths," beg leave to submit the following report

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