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Title Date Document Info Author  

Los Angeles: Fragmented Health Care Market Shows Signs of Coalescing

January 2013 CHCF Regional Market Issue Brief Lucy Stark  

Fresno: Health Providers Expand Capacity, but Health Reform Preparation Lags

December 2012 CHCF Regional Markets Issue Brief Lucy Stark  

Local Public Hospitals: Changing with the Times

November 2012 HSC Research Brief No. 25 Lucy Stark  

Sacramento: Health Providers Collaborate and Weather Economic Downturn

September 2012 CHCF Regional Markets Issue Brief Lucy Stark  

Safety-Net Providers in Some U.S. Communities Have Increasingly Embraced Coordinated Care Models

August 2012 Journal Article Lucy Stark  

Indianapolis Hospital Systems Compete for Well-Insured, Suburban Patients

December 2011 Community Report No. 12 Lucy Stark  

Matching Supply to Demand: Addressing the U.S. Primary Care Workforce Shortage

December 2011 NIHCR Policy Analysis No. 7 Lucy Stark  

A Long and Winding Road: Federally Qualified Health Centers, Community Variation and Prospects Under Reform

November 2011 HSC Research Brief No. 21 Lucy Stark  

Economic Downturn Strains Miami Health Care System

September 2011 Community Report No. 11 Lucy Stark  

Health Care Certificate-of-Need Laws: Policy or Politics?

May 2011 NIHCR Research Brief No. 4 Lucy Stark  

Lansing's Dominant Hospital, Health Plan Strengthen Market Positions

March 2011 Community Report No. 7 Lucy Stark  

Greenville & Spartanburg: Surging Hospital Employment of Physicians Poses Opportunities and Challenges

February 2011 Community Report No. 6 Lucy Stark  


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