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4. Coming soon?: the ongoing effort to promote better depression services in primary care

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7. Optimizing health insurance marketplace enrollment through collaboration, technical assistance, and promotion

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9. Assessing and addressing legal barriers to the clinical integration of community health centers and other community providers

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10. Accountable care strategies: lessons from the Premier health care alliance's accountable care collaborative

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12. Measuring progress toward accountable care

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15. Errors in radiation therapy

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18. Collaborative care: improving the hospice-nursing home relationship

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23. Community Care of North Carolina: building community systems of care through state and local partnerships

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24. Developing federally qualified health centers into community networks to improve state primary care delivery systems

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25. Buffalo and Western New York: collaborating to improve health system performance by leveraging social capital

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26. HealthPartners: consumer-focused mission and collaborative approach support ambitious performance improvement agenda

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27. Health care opinion leaders' views on delivery system innovation and improvement

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

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31. Best practices in SHAP outreach, eligibility, and enrollment activities

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32. SHAP enrollment and eligibility activities: implications for process and system modernization under national health reform

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