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705. Hazardous spills: the safe handling of hazardous drugs


706. Hand hygiene practices and the use of alcohol-based sanitizers


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


714. State regulation of coverage options outside of the Affordable Care Act: limiting the risk to the individual market


716. What is the impact on enrollment and premiums if the duration of short-term health insurance plans is increased?


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


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


720. Price transparency efforts accelerate: what hospitals and other stakeholders are doing to support consumers


721. The promise of telehealth for hospitals, health systems, and their communities


725. Stem the tide: addressing the opioid epidemic


728. The effect of eliminating the individual mandate penalty and the role of behavioral factors


729. 2018 scorecard on health system performance


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


734. Adoption of patient tracking systems among hospital emergency rooms in California


738. California's safety-net clinics: a primer


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


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


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


754. California's insurance exchange: experts tackle the big questions


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


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


757. California's safety net: the role of counties in overseeing care


758. Memory supplements: clarifying FDA and FTC roles could strengthen oversight and enhance consumer awareness : report to Congressional requesters


760. Generic drug user fees: application review times declined, but FDA should develop a plan for administering its unobligated user fees : report to the Chairman, Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, U.S. Senate


761. 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


762. VA information technology: pharmacy system needs additional capabilities for viewing, exchanging, and using data to better serve veterans : report to Congressional committees


764. Hospital value-based purchasing: CMS should take steps to ensure lower quality hospitals do not qualify for bonuses : report to Congressional committees


768. Investigational new drugs: FDA has taken steps to improve the expanded access program but should further clarify how adverse events data are used : report to Congressional addressees


769. Early learning and child care: agencies have helped address fragmentation and overlap through improved coordination : report to the Chairwoman, Committee on Education and the Workforce, House of Representatives


770. Improper payments: improvements needed in CMS and IRS controls over health insurance premium tax credit : report to Congressional committees


772. Air ambulance: data collection and transparency needed to enhance DOT oversight : report to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives


773. Medicare: CMS should evaluate providing coverage for disposable medical devices that could substitute for durable medical equipment : report to Congressional committees


774. VA real property: planning and communication improvements could help better align facilities with veterans' needs : testimony before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives


775. Early learning and child care: overview of federal investment and agency coordination : testimony before the Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education, Committee on Education and the Workforce, House of Representatives


776. Gulf War illness: additional actions needed to improve VA's claims process : testimony before the Subcommittees on Oversight and Investigations and Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, Committee on Veterans' Affairs, House of Representatives


777. 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


778. 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


779. Medicare Advantage program integrity: CMS's efforts to ensure proper payments and identify and recover improper payments : testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight, Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives


780. Telehealth: use in Medicare and Medicaid : testimony before the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy, and Trade and Subcommittee on Health and Technology, Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives


781. 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


782. SSA's Compassionate Allowance Initiative: improvements needed to make expedited processing of disability claims more consistent and accurate : report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Social Security, Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives


783. Medicaid: states fund services for adults in institutions for mental disease using a variety of strategies : report to the Co-Chair, Caucus on International Narcotics Control, U.S. Senate


784. Health insurance marketplaces: CMS needs to improve its oversight of state IT systems' sustainability and performance : report to Congressional requesters


785. Medicaid managed care: CMS should improve oversight of access and quality in states' long-term services and supports programs : report to Congressional requesters


787. VA health care: opportunities exist for improving implementation and oversight of enrollment processes for veterans : report to Congressional committees


788. Affordable Care Act: IRS should mitigate limitations of data to be used for the age and gender adjustment for the tax on high-cost health plans : report to Congressional committees


789. Public health information technology: HHS has made little progress toward implementing enhanced situational awareness network capabilities : report to Congressional committees


791. State health- insurance marketplaces: three states used varied data sources for eligibility and had few indications of potentially improper enrollments : report to Congressional requesters


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


795. SSA's Compassionate Allowance initiative: actions needed to improve the accuracy and consistency of expedited processing of disability claims : testimony before the Subcommittee on Social Security, Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives


796. Human trafficking: investigations in Indian country or involving Native Americans and actions needed to better report on victims served : testimony before the Committee on Indian Affairs, U.S. Senate


797. Newborn health: federal action needed to address neonatal abstinence syndrome : report to Congressional addressees


798. Biodefense: federal efforts to develop biological threat awareness : report to Congressional requesters


799. Drinking water: DOD has acted on some emerging contaminants but should improve internal reporting on regulatory compliance : report to Congressional committees