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Health Care Reform in Minnesota: Mission Advanced But Not Accomplished

The Hamline Law Review has just published its Symposium Issue: Health Care Reform in Minnesota: Mission Advanced But Not Accomplished, Volume 38, Issue 2 (2015).  This is the printed product from the Hamline Health Law Institute’s October 2014 conference.

HEALTH CARE REFORM IMPLEMENTATION IN MINNESOTA: MISSION ADVANCED BUT NOT ACCOMPLISHED: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM
Thaddeus M. Pope

KEEPING OUR EYES ON THE PRIZE: EXAMINING MINNESOTA AS A MEANS FOR ASSURING ACHIEVEMENT OF THE “TRIPLE AIM” UNDER THE ACA 
Deborah Farringer

“WHERE DO I START?” ACA COMPLIANCE IN RAPID GROWTH ENVIRONMENTS 
Autumn AmadouBlegen

BEYOND THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT’S PREMIUM TAX CREDIT: ENSURING ACCESS TO SAFETY NET PROGRAMS
Mary Pareja

GOOD MEDICINE, BAD MEDICINE, AND THE WISDOM TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE: EFFORTS TO MEASURE AND REPORT HEALTHCARE COST AND QUALITY UNDER MINNESOTA HEALTH REFORM LEGISLATION 
Daryll Dykes

DETANGLING GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION FINANCING FROM HOSPITAL PAYMENT METHODOLOGIES
Lawrence Massa and Matthew Anderson

LEGAL AID INEQUITIES PREDICT HEALTH DISPARITIES 
James Teufel and Shannon Mace

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