Health Affairs

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  • Many States Were Able To Expand Medicaid Without Increasing Administrative Spending.  40:1740-1748. 2021
  • Sexual orientation and gender identity data.  40:852. 2021
  • Temporary financial assistance decreased health care costs for veterans experiencing housing instability.  40:820-828. 2021
  • Indiana‚Äôs section 1115 medicaid waiver and interagency coordination improve enrollment for justice-involved adults.  39:1891-1899. 2020
  • In hospitals with more nurses who have baccalaureate degrees, better outcomes for patients after cardiac arrest.  38:1087-1094. 2019
  • Palliative care leadership centers are key to the diffusion of palliative care innovation.  37:231-239. 2018
  • Reducing disparities in access to health care.  36:2211-2211. 2017
  • Increasing Veterans' hospice use: The Veterans health administration's focus on improving end-of-life care.  36:1274-1282. 2017
  • Outcomes for high-needs patients: Practices with a higher proportion of these patients have an edge.  36:476-484. 2017
  • Low-quality nursing homes were more likely than other nursing homes to be bought or sold by chains in 1993-2010.  35:907-914. 2016
  • Comparing employer-sponsored and federal exchange plans: Wide variations in cost sharing for prescription drugs.  34:467-476. 2015
  • Michigan's fee-for-value physician incentive program reduces spending and improves quality in primary care.  34:645-652. 2015
  • Distributing medical expertise: The evolution and impact of telemedicine in Arkansas.  33:235-243. 2014
  • Improving access to malaria medicine through private-sector subsidies in seven African countries.  33:1576-1585. 2014
  • Acute care for elders units produced shorter hospital stays at lower cost while maintaining patients' functional status.  31:1227-1236. 2012
  • Florida's medicaid reform: Informed consumer choice?.  27. 2008
  • Market Reforms: The Author Responds.  25:568-569. 2006
  • CPOE in the United States [4].  25:567. 2006
  • The Perfect Storm: Nursing In Twenty-First-Century America.  24:1372-1373. 2005
  • Comprehensive Versus Selective Primary Health Care: Lessons For Global Health Policy.  23:167-176. 2004
  • Cost shifting: new myths, old confusion, and enduring reality..  Suppl Web Exclusives. 2003
  • Can nurse practitioners and physicians beat parochialism into plowshares?.  21:133-142. 2002
  • Do enrollees in 'look-alike' medicaid and SCHIP programs really look alike?.  21:240-248. 2002
  • The near-elderly, early retirees, and managed care.  20:197-206. 2001
  • The New Generation of Nurse Practitioners: Is More Enough?.  17:158-164. 1998
  • The New Dominance of Managed Care: Insurance Trends in the 1990s.  16:125-136. 1997
  • Do Nonprofit Hospitals Pay Their Way?.  15:132-144. 1996
  • Managed Care and Physician/Hospital Integration.  15:62-73. 1996
  • Small employers and the health insurance market.  13:149-161. 1994
  • Employer-sponsored health insurance for retired Americans.  9:57-73. 1990
  • Regional variation in health insurance coverage.  8:91-103. 1989
  • Shifting medicare patients out of the hospital.  7:52-64. 1988
  • Is state rate setting the best path to controlling costs?.  6:170-172. 1987
  • Acquisition strategies of multihospital systems.  4:49-66. 1985
  • State rate setting: an analysis of some unresolved issues..  2:36-47. 1983
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0278-2715
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 0278-2715
  • 1544-5208