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101. Health care opinion leaders' views on health reform and the role of states

102. Health plan quality improvement strategy reporting under the Affordable Care Act: implementation considerations

104. High performance health care for vulnerable populations: a policy framework for promoting accountable care in Medicaid

105. Leading the way?: Maine's initial experience in expanding coverage through Dirigo Health reforms

106. Identifying and evaluating equity provisions in state health care reform

107. Keeping both eyes on the prize: expanding coverage and changing the way we pay for care are essential to make health reform work for families and businesses : statement from the Commonwealth Fund Commission on a High Performance Health System

109. Innovations in diabetes care around the world: case studies of care transformation through accountable care reforms

110. Hill Physicians Medical Group: independent physicians working to improve quality and reduce costs

114. The impact of Massachusetts health insurance reform on labor mobility

115. The opportunities and challenges for rural hospitals in an era of health reform

116. Bringing behavioral health into the care continuum: opportunities to improve quality, costs, and outcomes

117. Hospitals demonstrate commitment to quality improvement

118. State efforts to close the health coverage gap

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

120. California's health care coverage initiative: county innovations enhance indigent care

122. Individual insurance market performance in late 2017

123. Reducing low-value care: research questions identified by researchers, patients, physicians, and stakeholders

124. Striving toward a culture of health: how do care and costs for non-medical needs get factored into alternative payment models? : workshop summary & lessons learned

125. Paying for population health: case studies of the health system's role in addressing social determinants of health

128. Leveraging 1332 state innovation waivers to stabilize individual health insurance markets: experiences of Alaska, Minnesota, and Oregon : final report : document efforts to stabilize the individual market using state-based reinsurance

129. Understanding the market for implantable medical devices

132. Comparing long-term care in Germany and the United States: what can we learn from each other?

133. Physician payment: current system and opportunities for reform

135. Nonelderly women in California: a health snapshot

136. Hidden in plain sight: California's paid Medi-Cal caregivers are vulnerable

137. Budget proposals turn back clock 30 years in long-term care services for California seniors

138. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans ages 50--64: access to health care improved during early ACA marketplace implementation

140. Advancing opportunities, assessing challenges: key themes from a roundtable discussion of health care and health equity in the South

141. Strategies in 4 safety-net hospitals to adapt to the ACA

142. What worked and what's next?: strategies in four states leading ACA enrollment efforts

147. Implementing eligibility changes under the Affordable Care Act: issues facing state Medicaid and CHIP programs

149. Data sources used for monitoring and evaluating health reform at the state level

152. Health insurance coverage for 50- to 64-year-olds

158. Building community-oriented Medicaid managed care: charting a path toward reform

162. Performing under pressure: annual findings of a 50-state survey of eligibility, enrollment, renewal, and cost-sharing policies in Medicaid and CHIP, 2011-2012

165. Universal health insurance: why it is essential to achieving a high performance health system and why design matters : invited testimony : Committee on the Budget, United States Senate : hearing on "Health Care and the Budget : The Healthy Americans Act and Other Options for Reform"

167. Strengthening primary and chronic care: state innovations to transform and link small practices

168. State strategies to improve quality and efficiency: making the most of opportunities in national health reform

169. Transforming community health centers into patient-centered medical homes: the role of payment reform

170. Undocumented and uninsured: barriers to affordable care for immigrant populations

177. The Colorado Multi-Payer Collaborative: a framework for integration of whole-person care

179. A roadmap to health insurance for all: principles for reform

180. The path to a high performance U.S. health system: a 2020 vision and the policies to pave the way

181. Medicaid restructuring

183. HBV & HCV: America's hidden epidemics

184. Healthy women, healthy babies: how health reform can improve the health of women and babies in America

186. Blueprint for a healthier America: modernizing the federal public health system to focus on prevention and preparedness

187. Keeping America's food safe: a blueprint for fixing the food safety system at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

192. CalAIM experiences: implementer views after 18 months of reforms

193. Can Medicaid payment and purchasing strategies advance health equity?: key considerations, limitations, lessons, and examples from four states

195. How will Medicare-for-all proposals affect Medicaid?

196. Community health centers and Medicaid delivery and payment reform: a closer look at Massachusetts and New York

197. Comparing health insurance reform options: from "building on the ACA" to single payer

200. Reflections on Health Care: Oregon State Board of Medical Examiners [and] Oregon Foundation for Medical Excellence, Portland, Oregon and "Remarks to Physicians, Oregon State Board of Medical Examiners, Portland, Oregon" [Reminiscences]