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1998
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Kemper, Peter . Ability to obtain medical care for the uninsured: How much does it vary across communities?. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 280, (10), 921-927.
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2011
1998
Reschovsky, James D.,  Cunningham, Peter J. CHIPing Away at the Problem of Uninsured Children. Issue Brief. 14, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2002
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Thorpe, Kenneth E. Declining employer-sponsored coverage: The role of public programs and implications for access to care. Medical Care Research and Review. 59, (1), 79-103.
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1996
Kemper, Peter,  Blumenthal, David,  Corrigan, Janet M.,  Cunningham, Peter J.,  Felt, S.M.,  Grossman, J.M.,  Kohn, Linda T.,  Metcalf, Charles E.,  St. Peter, R.F.,  Strouse, Richard C.,  Ginsburg, P.B. . The design of the Community Tracking Study: A longitudinal study of health system change and its effects on people. Inquiry (Rochester): The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision and Financing. 33, (2), 195-206.
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2001
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Denk, Charles,  Sinclair, Michael . Do consumers know how their health plan works?. Health Affairs. 20, (2), 159-166.
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2001
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Trude, Sally . Does Managed Care Enable More Low Income Persons Identify a Usual Source of Care?. Medical Care. 39, (7), 716-726.
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2002
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Hadley, Jack,  Reschovsky, James . The effects of SCHIP on children's health insurance coverage: Early evidence from the Community Tracking Study. Medical Care Research and Review. 59, (4), 359-383.
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2007
Cunningham, Peter J. The healthcare safety net: What is it, what good does it do, and will it still be there when we need it?. Harvard Health Policy Review. 8, (2), 5-15.
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2000
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Kohn, Linda . Health plan switching: Choice or circumstance?. Health Affairs. 19, (3), 158-164.
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2007
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Hadley, Jack,  Kenney, Genevieve,  Davidoff, Amy J. Identifying affordable sources of medical care among uninsured persons. Health Services Research. 42, (1), 265-285.
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1999
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Grossman, Joy M.,  St. Peter, Robert F.,  Lesser, Cara S. Managed Care and Physicians' Provision of Charity Care. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association. 281, (12), 1087-1092.
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2005
Cunningham, Peter J. Medicaid Cost Containment and Access to Prescription Drugs. Health Affairs. 24, (3), 780-789.
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2006
Cunningham, Peter J. Medicaid/SCHIP Cuts And Hospital Emergency Department Use. Health Affairs. 25, (1), 237-247.
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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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1990
Cunningham, Peter J. Medical Care Use and Expenditures for Children across Stages of the Family Life Cycle. Journal of Marriage and Family. 52, (1), 197-207.
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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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2002
Cunningham, Peter J. Mounting Pressures: Physicians Serving Medicaid Patients and the Uninsured, 1997-2001. Tracking Report: Results from the Community Tracking Study. 6, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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1998
Cunningham, Peter J. Next Steps in Incremental Health Insurance Expansions: Who is Most Deserving. Issue Brief. 12, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2001
Reed, Marie C.,  Cunningham, Peter J.,  Stoddard, Jeffrey J. Physicians Pulling Back from Charity Care. Issue Brief: Findings from HSC. 42, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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1999
Cunningham, Peter J. Pressures on safety net access: The level of managed care penetration and uninsurance rate in a community. Health Services Research. 34, (1 Pt. 2), 255-270.
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2001
Hargraves, J. Lee,  Cunningham, Peter J.,  Hughes, Robert G. Racial and ethnic differences in access to medical care in managed care plans. Health Services Research. 36, (5), 853-868.
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2000
Cunningham, Peter J.,  Park, Michael H. Recent Trends in Children's Health Insurance Coverage: No Gains for Low-Income Children. Issue Brief: Findings from HSC. 29, Washington, DC: Center for Studying Health System Change.
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2003
Cunningham, Peter J. SCHIP making progress: Increased take-up contributes to coverage gains. Health Affairs. 22, (4), 163 -
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