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3. Reinventing health care delivery: innovation and improvement behind the scenes

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

5. Followup review: CMS's management of the quality payment program

6. Evaluation of the Minnesota accountable health model: executive summary

7. Section 1115 Medicaid expansion waivers: implementation experiences : findings from structured interviews in Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, & Michigan : final report

8. Into the 21st century: academic health centers as knowledge leaders

11. ACA coverage expansions: measuring and monitoring churn at the state level

13. Assisting health professions education through information technology

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

17. Marshfield Clinic: health information technology paves the way for population health management

18. Mayo Clinic: multidisciplinary teamwork, physician-led governance, and patient-centered culture drive world-class health care

20. Bending the curve: options for achieving savings and improving value in U.S. health spending

21. Aiming higher for health system performance: a profile of seven states that perform well on the Commonwealth Fund's 2009 state scorecard

22. Accountable care strategies: lessons from the Premier health care alliance's accountable care collaborative

24. Supply side implications of insurance coverage expansions

25. Enhancing the capacity of community health centers to achieve high performance: findings from the 2009 Commonwealth Fund national survey of Federally Qualified Health Centers

29. Medication errors attributed to health information technology

31. The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation: transforming a public safety net delivery system to achieve higher performance

32. Reauthorizing SCHIP: opportunities for promoting effective health coverage and high-quality care for children and adolescents

34. Public views on U.S. health system organization: a call for new directions

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

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

38. Spotlight on electronic health record errors: paper or electronic hybrid workflows

44. Survey compares adult and pediatric chronic condition management in primary care practices

46. Report to the President: a national program to conquer heart disease, cancer and stroke, volume 2

47. Opportunity knocks for community health centers: increasing the use of clinical preventive services by older adults

49. Group Health Cooperative: reinventing primary care by connecting patients with a medical home

50. The federal role in promoting health information technology

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

55. Health care opinion leaders' views on priorities for the Obama Administration

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

57. Kaiser Permanente: bridging the quality divide with integrated practice, group accountability, and health information technology

58. Improving access to specialty care for Medicaid patients: policy issues and options

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

69. Community-based long-term care: Wisconsin stays ahead : site visit report

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

71. Striving toward a culture of health: how do non-medical needs factor into alternative payment models? : topic profile : data and population metrics

72. A global vision for the National Library of Medicine: National Library of Medicine long range plan : report of the Board of Regents

74. Medicaid information technology: effective CMS oversight and states’ sharing of claims processing and information retrieval systems can reduce costs : report to Congressional requesters