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Grogan, C. M.
Real Reform in Health Systems: An Introduction
Forest, P.-G., Denis, J.-L.
The Fox and the Grapes: Is Real Reform beyond Reach in the United States?
Brown, L. D.
Reform and the Politics of Hybridization in Mature Health Care States
Tuohy, C. H.
Real Reform Begins Within: An Organizational Approach to Health Care Reform
Denis, J.-L., Forest, P.-G.
Markets and Targets in the English National Health Service: Is There a Role for Behavioral Economics?
A Democratic Responsiveness Approach to Real Reform: An Exploration of Health Care Systems' Resilience
All-Payer State Systems
Pollack, H. A.
The Case for a Coordinated System of Provider Payments in the United States
Maryland Exceptionalism? All-Payers Regulation and Health Care System Efficiency
Pauly, M., Town, R.
A Conversation with Donald Berwick on Implementing National Health Reform
Health Care in Canada: A Citizen's Guide to Policy and Politics
Tuohy, C. H.
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