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RWJF-Medical Malpractice-Update

Apr 2011

This update draws on research conducted by the authors for the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission.


MI-Building a Market-Based Health-Insurance Exchange in New York

Apr 2011

This Manhattan Institute analysis, conducted with NYSHealth support, provides a vision of a market-based exchange in New York.


CA-California's Individual and Small Group Markets on the Eve of Reform

Apr 2011

This report is a collection of data from many sources and provides baseline demographics and features of California's individual and small group markets.


AFHR-Health Care Workforce: Future Supply vs. Demand

Apr 2011

This issue brief highlights many options for expanding the health care workforce, including those in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.


CMWF-Realizing Health Reform’s Potential: Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act of 2010

Apr 2011

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has several provisions that hope to mitigate the rapidly rising tide of uninsured young adults. Young adults happen to be one of the largest uninsured segments of the United States population.


AFHR-Community Quality Initiative Map

Apr 2011

The Alliance for Health Reform has created an interactive map that shows select community quality initiatives in the United States.


CMWF-High Performance Accountable Care: Building on Success and Learning from Experience

Apr 2011

The brief outlines models for ACO's to be designed under the regulations released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.


KFF-Exchange Enrollee Profile

Apr 2011

Enrolless in the state health benefit exchanges are likely to be older, less educated, more racially diverse, and less healthy than people with insurance outside the exchanges, according to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.


RWJF/UI-Multi-State Health Insurance Exchanges

Apr 2011

The ACA allows two or more states to come together and create a health insurance exchange. This brief examines why states might consider a multi-state exchange and the issues surrounding doing so.

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