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Brennan, T., & Studdert, D. (2010). How will health insurers respond to new rules under health reform? Health Affairs, 29(6), 1147–1151.
Brodie, M., Altman, D., Deane, C., Buscho, S., & Hamel, E. (2010). Liking the pieces, not the package: Contradictions in public opinion during health reform. Health Affairs, 29(6), 1125–1130.
Buerhaus, P. (2009). The shape of the recovery: Economic implications for the nursing workforce. Nursing Economics, 27(5), 338–340, 336.
Cutler, D. (2010). How health care reform must bend the cost curve. Health Affairs, 29(6), 1131–1135.
Fuchs, V. A. (2009). Cost shifting does not reduce the cost of health care. JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association, 302(9), 999–1000.
Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2010, March). The registered nurse population: Initial findings from the 2008 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses.
Iglehart, J. (2009). Reform and the health care workforce—Current capacity, future demand. The New England Journal of Medicine, 361(19), e38.
Kellis, D., Rumberger, J., & Bartels, B. (2010). Healthcare reform and the hospital industry: What can we expect? Journal of Healthcare Management, 55(4), 283–297.
Newhouse, J. P. (2010). Assessing health reform’s impact on four key groups of Americans. Health Affairs, 29(9), 1714–1724.
Nichols, L. (2010). Implementing insurance market reforms under the federal health reform law. Health Affairs, 29(6), 1152–1157.
Pauly, M. V. (2007). Risks and benefits in health care: The view from economics. Health Affairs, 26(3), 653–662.
Stone, R., & Harahan, M. (2010). Improving the long-term care workforce serving older adults. Health Affairs, 29(1), 109–115.
Snyderman, R., Sheldon, G. F., & Bischoff, T. A. (2002). Gauging supply and demand: The challenging quest to predict the future physician workforce. Health Affairs, 21(1), 167–168.
Turner, S., O’Connor, P., & Rademacher, E. (2009). Inform, influence, evaluate: The power of state public opinion polls. Health Affairs, 28(1), 273–276.
Vladeck, B., & Rice, T. (2009). Market failure and the failure of discourse: Facing up to the power of sellers. Health Affairs, 28(5), 1305–1315.
Weinstein, M. C., & Skinner, J. A. (2010). Comparative effectiveness and health care spending—Implications for reform. New England Journal of Medicine, 362, 460–465.
Zuger, A. (2008, September 30). Healthy right up to the day you’re not. New York Times, p. F.3.
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