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Many States Were Able To Expand Medicaid Without Increasing Administrative Spending
Sexual orientation and gender identity data
Temporary financial assistance decreased health care costs for veterans experiencing housing instability
Indiana’s section 1115 medicaid waiver and interagency coordination improve enrollment for justice-involved adults
In hospitals with more nurses who have baccalaureate degrees, better outcomes for patients after cardiac arrest
Palliative care leadership centers are key to the diffusion of palliative care innovation
Reducing disparities in access to health care
Increasing Veterans' hospice use: The Veterans health administration's focus on improving end-of-life care
Outcomes for high-needs patients: Practices with a higher proportion of these patients have an edge
Low-quality nursing homes were more likely than other nursing homes to be bought or sold by chains in 1993-2010
Comparing employer-sponsored and federal exchange plans: Wide variations in cost sharing for prescription drugs
Michigan's fee-for-value physician incentive program reduces spending and improves quality in primary care
Distributing medical expertise: The evolution and impact of telemedicine in Arkansas
Improving access to malaria medicine through private-sector subsidies in seven African countries
Acute care for elders units produced shorter hospital stays at lower cost while maintaining patients' functional status
Florida's medicaid reform: Informed consumer choice?
Market Reforms: The Author Responds
CPOE in the United States 
The Perfect Storm: Nursing In Twenty-First-Century America
Comprehensive Versus Selective Primary Health Care: Lessons For Global Health Policy
Cost shifting: new myths, old confusion, and enduring reality.
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Can nurse practitioners and physicians beat parochialism into plowshares?
Do enrollees in 'look-alike' medicaid and SCHIP programs really look alike?
The near-elderly, early retirees, and managed care
The New Generation of Nurse Practitioners: Is More Enough?
The New Dominance of Managed Care: Insurance Trends in the 1990s
Do Nonprofit Hospitals Pay Their Way?
Managed Care and Physician/Hospital Integration
Small employers and the health insurance market
Employer-sponsored health insurance for retired Americans
Regional variation in health insurance coverage
Shifting medicare patients out of the hospital
Is state rate setting the best path to controlling costs?
Acquisition strategies of multihospital systems
State rate setting: an analysis of some unresolved issues.
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