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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


21. The vessel-master's and steamboat-captain's medical manual and family medical guide: being a series of short and plain directions for the treatment of diseases, and the administration of medicines on board vessels which carry no surgeons : also for the use of the family at home, the whole stripped of professional terms, and adapted to the comprehension of every intelligent vessel-master, and all who are familiar with the English language


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


76. Practice management systems for safety-net clinics and small group practices: a primer


77. Medi-Cal physician and dentist fees: a comparison to other Medicaid programs and Medicare


78. Physician assistants and nurse practitioners in specialty care: six practices make it work


81. Navigating care transitions in California: two models for change


85. Medicaid payment rate lawsuits: evolving court views mean uncertain future for Medi-Cal


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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