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Articles from Health Care Financing Review (June 22, 1993)

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Access and use of health services by chronically mentally ill Medicaid beneficiaries. Moscovine, Ira; Lurie, Nicole; Christianson, Jon; Finch, Michael; Popkin, Michael; Akhtar, Muhammad 5189
Amicus curiae brief filed in nursing home reimbursement case. 409
Cancer mortality statistics by state and county available. 504
Comparison of rural and urban skilled nursing facility benefit use. Dubay, Lisa C. 4452
Containing use and expenditures in publicly insured long-term care programs. Miller, Robert H. 11399
Evaluating the predictive validity of nursing home pre-admission screens. Jackson, Mary E.; Eichorn, Ann; Sokoloff, Sharon; VanTassel, Janet 5654
Grants fund initiatives to improve health services in New Jersey. 668
Grants help states bring primary care providers to underserved. 1922
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S.; Maple, Brenda T.; Letsch, Suzanne W. 3143
Internists' recommendations include guarantee of physician choice. 519
Internists' society calls incentives to rebuild primary care 'critical'. 1375
InterStudy releases new 'Competitive Edge.' 520
National grant program funds school-based comprehensive health services. 431
New guide helps grantseekers locate potential funding sources. 312
Publication focuses on community benefit of not-for-profit homes. 676
Resident medical care utilization patterns in continuing care retirement communities. Ruchlin, Hirsch S.; Morris, Shirley; Morris, John N. 7106
Savings seen in adding budget caps to managed competition. 471
Study shows retirement communities expanding offering more choices. 296
Successful prenatal-care programs featured in new book. 1111
The Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) of 1992 (Public Law 102-539). 2475
The Veterans Health Care Act of 1992 (Public Law 102-585). 1814
Trends in Medicaid nursing home reimbursement: 1978-89. Swan, James H.; Harrington, Charlene; Grant, Leslie; Luehrs, John; Preston, Steve 6047
Young physicians satisfied working in managed care settings. 400

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