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Journal Excerpt Health Affairs

Coordination Program Reduced Acute Care Use And Increased Primary Care Visits Among Frequent Emergency Care Users [Original Article]

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Journal Excerpt Health Affairs

Low-Cost, High-Volume Health Services Contribute The Most To Unnecessary Health Spending [DataWatch]

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Journal Excerpt Health Affairs

Breakthrough Cancer Treatments Raise Difficult Questions [Entry Point]

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Journal Excerpt Health Affairs

Aging and Health [DataGraphic]

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Journal Excerpt Health Affairs

Emergency Departments, Behavioral Health, And More [From The Editor-in-Chief]

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RTI and AcademyHealth Partner to Advance Evidence on Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support

eGEMs, AcademyHealth’s open access journal, will launch a new special section to help disseminate research findings.
Posted Oct 3, 2017 By Lauren Adams, M.A.
Journal Excerpt The Milbank Quarterly

Questions for New Single‐Payer Advocates

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Journal Excerpt Health Services Research

The Association of Health Reform and Infant Health: Evidence from Massachusetts

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Read on Washington: October 2 Advocacy Update from Lisa Simpson

After a busy week in Washington, this regular advocacy-related review of events in D.C. takes a moment to acknowledge the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas.
(published at 11:35 a.m., Oct. 2)
Posted Oct 2, 2017 By Lisa Simpson, MB, BCh, M.P.H., FAAP
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Improving Health Care by Building Trust and Respect for Patients

Recent study findings, highlighted this week in Health Affairs, find that consumers rely on sources outside the traditional health care system when making decisions about their health. A new call for proposals seeks to build the evidence base on building trust within the health care system.
Posted Sep 29, 2017
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