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1. Health care reform: what's at stake for 50-to 64- year-olds?

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

6. Medicare and mental health: the fundamentals

7. Medicare program shared savings accountable care organizations have shown potential for reducing spending and improving quality

9. Predicting the effects of the Affordable Care Act: a comparative analysis of health policy microsimulation models

10. Implications of the ACA Medicaid expansion: a look at the data and evidence

11. How many seniors live in poverty?

15. Medicaid: CMS needs better data to monitor the provision of and spending on personal care services : report to Congressional requesters

19. Financing long-term care: lessons from abroad

22. Health care reform: promises and pitfalls for maternal and child health

23. Aiming higher: results from a state scorecard on health system performance, 2015 edition

24. Designing a high-performance health care system for patients with complex needs: ten recommendations for policymakers : expanded and revised edition

25. Medicaid demonstrations: federal action needed to improve oversight of spending : report to the Chairman, Committee on Finance, U.S. Senate

26. Medicaid personal care services: more harmonized program requirements and better data are needed : testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives

44. Post-acute and long-term care: a primer on services, expenditures, and payment methods

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

46. A funding crisis for public health and safety: state-by-state public health funding and key health facts : 2017

47. Opportunity for regional improvement: three case studies of local health system performance

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

49. Reforming health care delivery through payment change and transparency: Minnesota's innovations

50. Reforming provider payment: essential building block for health reform

56. Increasing access to behavioral health care advances value for patients, providers and communities

60. Medicare Part B: Medicare represented at least half of the market for 22 of the 84 most expensive drugs in 2015 : report to Congressional requesters

63. Challenges to sustaining California's developmental disability services system

68. Health and wealth: measuring health system performance : invited testimony : Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Subcommittee on Interstate Commerce, Trade, and Tourism : hearing on "rethinking the Gross Domestic Product as a Measurement of National Strength"

69. No limit: Medicare Part D enrollees exposed to high out-of-pocket drug costs without a hard cap on spending

70. Health savings accounts: why they won't cure what ails U.S. health care : invited testimony, Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives hearing on "Health Savings Accounts"

71. The health insurance provisions of the 2009 Congressional health reform bills: implications for coverage, affordability, and costs

78. VA health care: improvements needed in data and monitoring of clinical productivity and efficiency : testimony before the Subcommittee on Health, Committee on Veterans Affairs, House of Representatives

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

80. Making the case for prevention: why Washington's Accountable Communities of Health should pursue Domain 3D chronic disease prevention projects

81. Report of the Secretary of the Treasury with an exhibit of contracts authorized by the department during the years 1849 and 1850, a statement of payments made at the Treasury during the year ending June 30th, 1850, and statement of expenditures from the marine hospital fund for the same period

92. Report on the affordability of insulin

93. Billing better in CalAIM: how to improve reimbursement for enhanced care management and community supports

95. CalAIM and specialty behavioral health care: lessons from other states on value-based payment

96. Catalyzing Medicaid policy research with T-MSIS Analytic Files (TAF): learnings from year 1 of the Medicaid Data Learning Network (MDLN)