Health & Healthcare Policy
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e Human Gut Microbiome
Herd, Pamela. (2019). "Social and Population Health Science Approaches to Understanding the Human Gut Microbiome." UCL Institute of Education.
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The Marketing of Short-Term Health Plans
Corlette, Sabrina., Lucia, Kevin., Palanker, Dania & Hoppe, Olivia. (2019). "The Marketing of Short-Term Health Plans." Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Corlette, Sabrina. & Hoppe, Olivia. (2019). "New York’s 2014 Law to Protect Consumers from Surprise Out-of-Network Bills Mostly Working as Intended: Results of a Case Study." Georgetown University Health Policy Institute.
Brooks, Tricia., Roygardner, Lauren. & Artiga, Samantha. (2019). "Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility, Enrollment, and Cost Sharing Policies as of January 2019: Findings from a 50-State Survey."
Brooks, Tricia., Park, Edwin. & Roygardner, Lauren. (2019). "Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment Decline Suggests the Child Uninsured Rate May Rise Again." Georgetown University Health Policy Institute.
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Corlette, Sabrina., Hammerquist, Josh. & Nakahata, Pete. (2018). "New Rules to Expand Association Health Plans." The Actuary.
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