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2013
Tu, Ha T.,  Boukus, Ellyn R. Despite Rapid Growth, Retail Clinic Use Remains Modest. Research Brief 29: Findings from HSC. Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2012
Berenson, Robert A.,  Ginsburg, Paul B.,  Christianson, Jon B.,  Yee, Tracy . The growing power of some providers to win steep payment increases from insurers suggests policy remedies may be needed. Health Affairs. 31, (5), 973-981.
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2011
Boukus, Ellyn R.,  Cunningham, Peter J. Mixed Signals: Trends in Americans' Access to Medical Care, 2007-2010. Tracking Report. No. 25, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2011
O'Malley, Ann S.,  Bond, Amelia M.,  Berrenson, Robert A. Rising Hospital Employment of Physicians: Better Quality, Higher Costs?. Issue Brief. 136, Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2011
Sommers, Anna,  Cunningham, Peter J. Medical Bill Problems Steady for U.S. Families, 2007-2010. Tracking Report: Results from the Health Tracking Household Survey. 28, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2011
Tu, Ha T. Surprising Decline in Consumers Seeking Health Information. Tracking Report: Results from the Health Tracking Household Study. 26, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2011
Felland, Laurie E.,  Grossman, Joy M.,  Tu, Ha T. Key Findings from HSC's 2010 Site Visits: Health Care Markets Weather Economic Downturn, Brace for Health Reform. Issue Brief: Findings from HSC. 135, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2011
Boukus, Ellyn R.,  Carrier, Emily R. Americans' Access to Prescription Drugs Stabilizes, 2007-2010. Tracking Report: Results from the Health Tracking Household Survey. 27, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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