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Chronic Conditions

HSC research documents the prevalence of chronic health conditions among working-age Americans, examines existing sources of health insurance coverage for this population, compares access to health care for uninsured and privately insured people with chronic conditions, and assesses how different policy proposals for expanding insurance coverage might affect uninsured people with chronic conditions.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Living on the Edge: Health Care Expenses Strain Family BudgetsPeter J. Cunningham, Carolyn Miller, Alwyn Cassil December 2008
HSC Research Brief No. 10
 
Getting What We Pay For: Innovations Lacking in Provider Payment Reform for Chronic Disease CareAnn Tynan, Debra A. Draper June 2008
HSC Research Brief No. 6
 
Rising Rates of Chronic Health Conditions: What Can Be Done?Alwyn Cassil November 2008
Issue Brief No. 125
 
Innovations in Preventing and Managing Chronic Conditions: What's Working in the Real World?Alwyn Cassil June 2010
Issue Brief No. 132
 
Triple Jeopardy: Low Income, Chronically Ill and Uninsured in AmericaMarie C. Reed, Ha T. Tu February 2002
Issue Brief No. 49
Supplementary Data
 
Options for Expanding Health Insurance for People with Chronic ConditionsHa T. Tu, Marie C. Reed February 2002
Issue Brief No. 50
Supplementary Data
 
Physicians and Care Management: More Acceptance than You ThinkMarie C. Reed, Kelly Devers, Bruce Landon January 2003
Issue Brief No. 60
Supplementary Data
 
Disease Management: A Leap of Faith to Lower-Cost,Higher-Quality Health CareAshley C. Short, Glen P. Mays, Jessica Mittler October 2003
Issue Brief No. 69
 
Physician Visits After Hospital Discharge: Implications for Reducing ReadmissionsAnna Sommers, Peter J. Cunningham, Deborah Alvarez December 2011
NIHCR Research Brief No. 6
 
High-Intensity Primary Care: Lessons for Physician and Patient EngagementTracy Yee, Amanda E. Lechner, Emily Carrier October 2012
NIHCR Research Brief No. 9
 
More Nonelderly Americans Face Problems Affording Prescription DrugsLaurie E. Felland, James D. Reschovsky January 2009
Tracking Report No. 22
 
Financial and Health Burdens of Chronic Conditions GrowHa T. Tu, Genna R. Cohen April 2009
Tracking Report No. 24
 
       

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