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Keywords: Access to care; Ambulatory care; Emergency departments; Government programs and policies; Health policy; Medicaid; Medical research; Public health.
Medicaid Expansion And Preventable HospitalizationsJF Figueroa et al. Health Aff (Millwood) 39 (1), 169. PMID 31905064.
Surveillance for Health Care Access and Health Services Use, Adults Aged 18-64 Years - Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, United States, 2014CA Okoro et al. MMWR Surveill Summ 66 (7), 1-42. PMID 28231239.In 2014, health insurance coverage and other health care access measures varied substantially by state, state Medicaid expansion status, expanded geographic region (i.e., …
Government and Private Insurance Medical Programs as Well as MDVIP, an UpdateRF Edlich et al. J Long Term Eff Med Implants 14 (3), 243-50. PMID 15301667. - ReviewOn November 19,1945, President Truman outlined a Prepaid Medical Insurance Plan for all people through the Social Security System. Because of its comprehensive nature, it …
Beyond Universal Health Insurance to Effective Health CareE Ginzberg et al. JAMA 265 (19), 2559-62. PMID 2020076.The history of the U.S. governmental health care reform indicates that efforts toward universal health insurance cannot be expected from a financially strapped federal go …
Negotiating the New Health System: Purchasing Publicly Accountable Managed CareS Rosenbaum. Am J Prev Med 14 (3 Suppl), 67-71. PMID 9566940. - ReviewThe transformation to managed care is one of the most important and complex changes ever to take place in the American health system. One key aspect of this transformatio …