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  • A study to reduce readmissions after surgery in the Veterans Health Administration: Design and methodology.  17.
  • Access to primary care and computed tomography use in the emergency department.  18.
  • An observational study of emergency department utilization among enrollees of Minnesota Health Care Programs: Financial and non-financial barriers have different associations.  14.
  • Awareness and management of chronic disease, insurance status, and health professional shortage areas in the REasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke (REGARDS): A cross-sectional study.  12.
  • Characteristics of undiagnosed diseases network applicants: Implications for referring providers.  18.
  • Claims-based algorithms for identifying Medicare beneficiaries at high estimated risk for coronary heart disease events: A cross-sectional study.  14.
  • Engaging patients, enhancing patient experiences: Insights, innovations, and applications.  18.
  • Enhancing the depth and breadth of healthcare services in communities: Insights, innovations, and applications.  17.
  • Episodic homelessness and health care utilization in a prospective cohort of HIV-infected persons with alcohol problems.  6.
  • Harnessing health plan enrollee data to boost membership in patient-powered research networks.  20.
  • Implementing administrative evidence based practices: Lessons from the field in six local health departments across the United States.  15.
  • Improving health and wellness in medically underserved communities: Insights, innovations, and applications.  17.
  • Operational integration in primary health care: Patient encounters and workflows.  17.
  • Readmission rates in not-for-profit vs. proprietary hospitals before and after the hospital readmission reduction program implementation.  18.
  • Seizure control in patients with epilepsy: The physician vs. medication factors
  • Translating and validating a Training Needs Assessment tool into Greek.  7.
  • Use of task-shifting to rapidly scale-up HIV treatment services: Experiences from Lusaka, Zambia.  9.