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Title Date Document Info Author  

Physician Ownership of Medical Equipment

December 2010 Data Bulletin No. 36 Alwyn Cassil  

Innovations in Preventing and Managing Chronic Conditions: What's Working in the Real World?

June 2010 Issue Brief No. 132 Alwyn Cassil  

A Snapshot of U.S. Physicians: Key Findings from the 2008 Health Tracking Physician Survey

September 2009 Data Bulletin No. 35 Alwyn Cassil  

Living on the Edge: Health Care Expenses Strain Family Budgets

December 2008 HSC Research Brief No. 10 Alwyn Cassil  

Rising Rates of Chronic Health Conditions: What Can Be Done?

November 2008 Issue Brief No. 125 Alwyn Cassil  

Unequal Access: African-American Medicare Beneficiaries and the Prescription Drug Gap

July 2003 Issue Brief No. 64 Alwyn Cassil  
         



 

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