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New Research to Examine Markets, Medicaid and More

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently awarded seven grants with broad relevance to current health reform debates. From analysis of insurer marketplace exits to the effects of Medicaid expansion on physicians’ capacity to meet rising demand, these studies will produce findings to inform a range of current and potential health policies in the U.S.
Posted Feb 5, 2018 By Lauren Gerlach, M.P.P.
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Medicare Accountable Care Organizations of Diverse Structures Achieve Comparable Quality and Cost Performance

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AcademyHealth CEO Shares Opportunities for 2018 Health Policy Progress in Recent Health Affairs Blog

As we bear witness to all the change afoot, our challenge is to identify when – and for whom – a change is an improvement. For those of us who produce the evidence that help us determine this, there is no time to rest.
Posted Jan 30, 2018 By Zenneia McLendon
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Assuring an Adequate Number of Rural Primary Care Providers

A new report finds no single approach is effective to recruit and retain health professionals in rural areas. Only when combined do interventions have a positive effect on both recruitment and retention.
Posted Jan 29, 2018 By Courtney Ahmed
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HSR Begins a New Era

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Evaluation of the Present‐on‐Admission Indicator among Hospitalized Fee‐for‐Service Medicare Patients with a Pressure Ulcer Diagnosis: Coding Patterns and Impact on Hospital‐Acquired Pressure Ulcer Rates

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Old Medicaid Is Gone; Expanded Medicaid Is Here to Stay

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Factors Associated with Hospital Admission after Outpatient Surgery in the Veterans Health Administration

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Medical Schools in Fragile States: Implications for Delivery of Care

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