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101. Hospitals demonstrate commitment to quality improvement

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102. Are Medicare patients getting sicker?

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104. Managing patient access and flow in the emergency department to improve patient safety

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107. Americans' views on health insurance at the end of a turbulent year

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108. Getting ready for health reform 2020: what past presidential campaigns can teach us

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109. 2018 scorecard on health system performance

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110. Caring for medically indigent adults in California: a history

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111. Assessing the impact of California's nurse staffing ratios on hospitals and patient care

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112. Change agent: the California Health Benefit Exchange as a catalyst of finance and delivery reform

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113. The building blocks of high-performing primary care: lessons from the field

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114. Physician workforce: locations and types of graduate training were largely unchanged, and federal efforts may not be sufficient to meet needs : report to Congressional requesters

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116. Drug discount program: update on agency efforts to improve 340B program oversight : testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives

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117. Drug control policy: information on status of federal efforts and key issues for preventing illicit drug use : testimony before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, House of Representatives

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118. Personal firearms: programs that promote safe storage and research on their effectiveness : report to Congressional requesters

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120. Individual insurance market performance in late 2017

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

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124. Why has U.S. life expectancy fallen below other countries?

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127. Gauging the progress of the National Health Information Technology Initiative: perspectives from the field

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129. Health care payment in transition: a California perspective

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131. Delivering care anytime, anywhere: telehealth alters the medical ecosystem

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132. Equipped for efficiency: improving nursing care through technology

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134. Price leader: the California Health Benefit Exchange as a driver of low premiums

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135. Competing demands: operational imperatives for the California Health Benefit Exchange

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140. Is California's hospital-based ED system eroding?

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141. How smartphones are changing health care for consumers and providers

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142. How would state-based individual mandates affect health insurance coverage and premium costs?

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144. Rebalancing long-term care: the role of the Medicaid HCBS waiver program

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146. Shaping Medicaid and SCHIP through waivers: the fundamentals

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149. 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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150. The Commonwealth Fund / National Opinion Research Center Survey of Retiree Health Benefits, 2005: a chartbook

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151. Duke University Hospital: organizational and tactical strategies to enhance patient satisfaction

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152. Changing course: trends in health insurance coverage, 2000-2008 : invited testimony : hearing on income, poverty, and health insurance coverage : assessing key census indicators of family well-being in 2008 : Joint Economic Committee

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153. Confronting costs: stabilizing U.S. health spending while moving toward a high performance health care system

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154. Early adopters of the accountable care model: a field report on improvements in health care delivery

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159. Getting and keeping coverage: states' experience with citizenship documentation rules

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

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161. Ensuring equity: a post-reform framework to achieve high performance health care for vulnerable populations

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165. State-by-state estimates of reductions in federal Medicaid funding under repeal of the ACA Medicaid expansion

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167. What are the implications for Medicare of the American Health Care Act and the Better Care Reconciliation Act?

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168. An early look at 2018 premium changes and insurer participation on ACA exchanges

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170. Medicare Part D: a first look at prescription drug plans in 2018

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171. The U.S. government and global health security

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174. A high performance health system for the United States: an ambitious agenda for the next president

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

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177. Healthy steps at 15: the past and future of an innovative preventive care model for young children

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182. Insuring the future: current trends in health coverage and the effects of implementing the Affordable Care Act : findings from the Commonwealth Fund Biennial Health Insurance Survey, 2012

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183. Implementing the Affordable Care Act: key design decisions for state-based exchanges

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184. Mirror, mirror on the wall: how the performance of the U.S. health care system compares internationally : 2014 update

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185. Physicians and advanced practitioners specializing in nursing home care, 2012-2015

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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197. 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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199. Surgical fires: decreasing incidence relies on continued prevention efforts

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200. Identifying patient harm from direct oral anticoagulants

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