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How Have Socioeconomic Inequities in Health Care Utilization Changed Over Time? A Thirty-Year Analysis of the United States of America
(Georgetown University, 2014)
In 2008, the World Health Organization issued a report calling for urgent action on behalf of governments around the world to address differences in health within and between countries, observing that "social injustice is ...
DOES MANAGED CARE REDUCE PREVENTABLE HOSPITALIZATIONS IN THE MEDICARE POPULATION? THE IMPACT OF MEDICARE ADVANTAGE ON AMBULATORY CARE SENSITIVE HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS AND USE OF PREVENTIVE SERVICES
(Georgetown University, 2013)
One controversial option to control growth in the rate of federal spending on health care is to transform Medicare into a "voucher" program for beneficiaries to purchase health insurance from managed care plans in the ...
The Impact of the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid Expansion Provision on Access to Opioid Use Disorder Treatment
(Georgetown University, 2021)
The United States has been in the midst of an opioid epidemic for over two decades. With nearly 50,000 Americans dying each year as a result of opioid overdoses and an estimated annual economic toll of over $500 billion, ...