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Broaden health coverage to increase access to appropriate high-quality care, and to reduce disparities that currently exist between the availability of services for substance abuse, mental disorders, and other medical conditions.
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Health Care Reform Implementation
Health Reform Hits Main Street
Implementing health care reform--an interview with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
Implementing healthcare reform: First steps to transforming your organization
Issues in health reform: How changes in eligibility may move millions back and forth between medicaid and insurance exchanges
Medicaid benchmark benefits in health reform: Improvements and exemptions
Medicaid expansion — The soft underbelly of health care
National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare
Realizing health reform's potential: How the Affordable Care Act will strengthen primary care and benefit patients, providers, and payers
Rethinking safety-net access for the uninsured
SAMHSA's Webinar Series on Health Reform Continues Through October
The Affordable Care Act and the future of clinical medicine: The opportunities and challenges
The States' next challenge - securing primary care for expanded medicaid populations
Underinsurance in the United States: An interaction of costs to consumers, benefit design, and access to care
Universal Health Insurance and Health Care Access for Homeless Persons
Who are the uninsured eligible for premium subsidies in the health insurance exchanges?
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