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1. Understanding workers' compensation medical care in California

3. A tighter bond: California hospitals seek stronger ties with physicians

4. Minnesota's accountable communities for health: context and core components

5. Converging on consensus?: planning the future of health and health care

7. Assessing the potential impact of the Affordable Care Act on uninsured community health center patients: a nationwide and state-by-state analysis

8. A call to lead: the case for accelerating academic health center transformation

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

17. Sacramento: health providers collaborate and weather economic downturn

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

20. Nursing in a transformed health care system: new roles, new rules

21. Medicare: 50 years of ensuring coverage and care

23. The integration of harm reduction and healthcare: implications and lessons for healthcare reform

24. Defining "family" for studies of health insurance coverage

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

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

29. Community health centers: growing importance in a changing health care system

30. The effects of Medicaid expansion under the ACA: updated findings from a literature review

31. Proposals for insurance options that don't comply with ACA rules: trade-offs in cost and regulation

32. Health care in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands: a six-month check-up after the storms

33. The coverage gap: uninsured poor adults in states that do not expand Medicaid

34. Section 1115 Medicaid demonstration waivers: the current landscape of approved and pending waivers

36. Insurer participation on ACA marketplaces, 2014--2019

39. Fresno: health providers expand capacity, but health reform preparation lags

41. Increasing access to dental care in Medicaid: does raising provider rates work?

42. Managing California's Medicaid dental program: lessons from other states

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

45. Key design components and considerations for establishing a single-payer health care system: testimony before the Committee on the Budget, United States House of Representatives

46. High-risk pools for uninsurable individuals

47. Views of governors and insurance commissioners on ACA repeal and changes to Medicaid: responses to a Congressional request for state input on health reform

48. Medicaid restructuring under the American Health Care Act and nonelderly adults with disabilities:

49. Governor's proposed budgets for FY 2018: focus on Medicaid and other health priorities

50. State variation in Medicaid per enrollee spending for seniors and people with disabilities