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Health Reform Implementation Dominates HA Blog July Top Ten



August 12th, 2013
by Chris Fleming

As the October 1 start of open enrollment in the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges draws near, ACA implementation is on people’s minds. That’s reflected in the list of most-read Health Affairs Blog posts for July, which features several posts in Tim Jost’s series on health reform implementation. The list also includes posts on accountable care organizations, geographic variations in health care, workplace wellness programs, and the likely make-up of the post-ACA-implementation uninsured.

The full list with links appears below:
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  1. Implementing Health Reform: A One-Year Employer Mandate Delay
    by Timothy Jost
  2. Implementing Health Reform: Final Rule On Premium Tax Credit, Medicaid, And CHIP Eligibility Determinations (Part 1)
    by Timothy Jost
  3. Implementing Health Reform: The Final Navigator Rule
    By Timothy Jost
  4. Accountable Care Organizations And Innovation: A Changing Landscape
    by Erin Bartolini
  5. Making Sense Of Geographic Variations In Health Care: The New IOM Report
    by Elliott Fisher and Jonathan Skinner
  6. Implementing Health Reform: Workplace Wellness Programs
    by Timothy Jost
  7. The Pioneer ACO First Year Results: A Fuller Picture
    by Joseph Damore and Wes Champion
  8. Implementing Health Reform: Final Rule On Premium Tax Credit, Medicaid, And CHIP Eligibility Determinations (Part 2)
    by Timothy Jost
  9. The Uninsured After Implementation Of The Affordable Care Act: A Demographic And Geographic Analysis
    by Rachel Nardin, Leah Zallman, Danny McCormick, Steffie Woolhandler, and David Himmelstein
  10. Implementing Health Reform: Exemptions From The Individual Mandate
    by Timothy Jost
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