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Post On Lessons Of Sandy Hook Shootings Tops HA Blog December Most-Read List



January 11th, 2013

Arthur Kellermann’s post on the tragic shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School was the most-read Health Affairs Blog post for December. Kellermann’s post was followed by posts discussing primary care, stakeholder engagement, and bundled payments.

The full list appears below..
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  1. Responding to Newtown
    by Arthur Kellermann
  2. Primary Care Vision From Family Physicians A Response To A Health Policy Brief
    by Reid Blackwelder
  3. Advancements In Stakeholder Engagement: Promising Tools And Practices
    by Coretta Mallery and Marilyn Moon
  4. Reforming How We Pay For Health Care: The Role Of Bundled Payments
    by Ken Thorpe
  5. Narrative Matters: A Physician Fights To Prevent Medical Errors From Killing His Mother
    by Chris Fleming
  6. Implementing Health Reform: No Partial Medicaid Expansion With 100 Percent Federal Match And Other Answers
    by Timothy Jost
  7. Public Opinion About Costs And Transparency: Learning From Massachusetts
    by Katherine Hempstead
  8. Implementing Health Reform: Benefit And Payment Parameters Proposed Rule
    by Timothy Jost
  9. “Out Of The Blocks”: Meeting The Challenge Of Transforming Health Care
    by Don Berwick and Clifford Marks
  10. Medicaid Expansion: Time For A Closer Look
    by Andrew Hyman and Heather Howard
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