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Articles By Author

Title Date Document Info Author  

Behind the Slow Growth of Employer-Based Consumer-Driven Health Plans

December 2006 Issue Brief No. 107 Heidi Whitmore  

Employers' Views on Incremental Measures to Expand Health Coverage

November/December 2006 Journal Article Heidi Whitmore  

Health Benefits In 2006: Premium Increases Moderate, Enrollment In Consumer-Directed Health Plans Remains Modest

Sept. 26, 2006 Journal Article Heidi Whitmore  

Health Benefits in 2005: Premium Increases Slow Down, Coverage Continues to Erode

The Average Cost of Family Coverage Now Exceeds the Average Yearly Income of Minimum-Wage Americans
September/October 2005 Journal Article Heidi Whitmore  

What High-Deductible Plans Look Like: Findings from a National Survey of Employers, 2005

Sept. 14, 2005 Journal Article Heidi Whitmore  

Withering on the Vine:

The Decline of Indemnity Health Insurance
September/October 2000 Heidi Whitmore  

How Well Do Communities Perform on Access to Care for the Uninsured

September 1998 Research Report No. 01 Heidi Whitmore  

Access to Health Care:

Bridging the Gap Between Policy and Research
April 1997 Issue Brief No. 08 Heidi Whitmore  

Policy Implications of Risk Selection in Medicare HMOs:

Is the Federal Payment Rate Too High?
November 1996 Issue Brief No. 04 Heidi Whitmore  


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