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Title Date Document Info  
Do HMOs Make a Difference? Winter 1999/2000  
Do HMOs Make a Difference? Winter 1999/2000  
Do HMOs Make a Difference? Winter 1999/2000  
Do HMOs Make a Difference? Winter 1999/2000  
Do HMOs Make a Difference? Winter 1999/2000  
Tracking Health Care Costs: July/August 1997  
Tracking Health Care Costs Fall 1996  
Physicians' Assessments of Their Ability to Provide High Quality Care in a Changing Health Care System March 2001  
Managed Care, Professional Autonomy, and Income: October 2001  
Does Managed Care Enable More Low Income Persons to Identify a Usual Source of Care? July 2001  
Managed Care in the Doctor's Office: November 2001  
Tracking Health Care Costs September 26, 2001  
Tracking Health Care Costs September 2001  
Racial and Ethnic Differences in Access to Medical Care in Managed Care Plans October 2001  
Health Spending: January/February 1999  
The Changing Face of Managed Care January/February 2002  
Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance: January/February 2002  
HSC's RESEARCH AGENDA As of August 2001  
Hospital Spending Drives Largest Health Care Cost Increase in a Decade September 26, 2001  
Minority Physicians' Experiences Obtaining Referrals to Specialists and Hospital Admissions August 9, 2001  
Personal, Organizational and Market Level Influences on Physicians' Practice Patterns August 2001  
Tracking Health Care Costs: September/October 1998  
Changes in Scope of Care Provided by Primary Care Physicians December 23, 1999  
Blue Plans: Playing the Blues No More January 23, 2002  
Testimony Before the Senate Finance Committee May 12, 1999  
Health Plan Switching: May/June 2000  
The Design of the Community Tracking Study: Summer 1996  
Changes in Health Plans Serving Medicaid, 1993-1996 September/October 1997  
Choosing To Be Uninsured: October 1999  
Tracking Health Care Costs: November/December 2000  
Update on the Nationís Health Care System: November/December 2000  
Are Focused Factories the Wave of the Future? Spring 2000  
Withering on the Vine: September/October 2000  
The Health Status of Workers Who Decline Employer-Sponsored Insurance: November 2001  
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1 in 4 Uninsured Americans with Chronic Conditions Can't Get Needed Care Feb. 20, 2002  
State Health Policy Makers Value Research Relevance and Timeliness March 12, 2002  
Access to Prescription Drugs: Not Just a Medicare Problem April 3, 2002  
April 9, 2002  
April 9, 2002  
       
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