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- The MacArthur Amendment Language, Race In The Federal Exchange, And Risk Adjustment Coefficients 26 Apr 2017
- Correcting Misconceptions About Invisible Risk-Sharing 25 Apr 2017
- Evidence on Payment Reform: Where Are The Gaps? 25 Apr 2017
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- The Personal Toll Of Practicing Medicine February 06, 2017
- In Opioid Withdrawal, With No Help In Sight January 09, 2017
- Securing The Future Of Value-Based Payment April 18, 2017
- Health Affairs CA Forum: Delivery System Innovation March 22, 2017
- Delivery System Innovation March 07, 2017
- Work And Health Forum February 22, 2017
- Creating Healthier, More Equitable Communities By Improving Governance And Policy
- The History Of Vaccines And Immunization: Familiar Patterns, New Challenges
- Annual Medical Spending Attributable To Obesity: Payer-And Service-Specific Estimates
- Electronic Health Record Logs Indicate That Physicians Split Time Evenly Between Seeing Patients And Desktop Medicine
- Primary Care: Current Problems And Proposed Solutions
- Direct-To-Consumer Telehealth May Increase Access To Care But Does Not Decrease Spending
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- The Triple Aim: Care, Health, And Cost
- Delivery System Innovation