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  Volume 25, Number 1, February 2014 Supplement

Table of Contents

Preface

1988–1990: A Look Back

pp. vi-ix
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Introduction

25th Anniversary Supplement of the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved

pp. x-xiv
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Heroes and Great Ideas Columns

Hero: David Satcher, MD, PhD

pp. 1-3
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Reports from the Field

Working with Communities to Achieve Health Equity in Maryland’s Five Health Enterprise Zones

pp. 4-10
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Engaging Underserved Populations in Affordable Care Act-required Needs Assessments

pp. 11-18
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Workforce Development in Maryland to Promote Clinical-Community Connections that Advance Payment and Delivery Reform

pp. 19-29
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DC Healthy Communities Collaborative (DCHCC): A Promising Collaboration to Reduce Health Disparities in the Nation’s Capital

pp. 30-35
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Commentaries

Challenges and Opportunities for Integrating Preventive Substance-Use-Care Services in Primary Care through the Affordable Care Act

pp. 36-45
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The Affordable Care Act and Genetic Testing for Inheritable Cancer Syndromes: Impact on High-Risk Underserved Minorities

pp. 46-62
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Original Papers

The Experiences of Massachusetts Hospitals as Statewide Health Insurance Reform Was Implemented

pp. 63-78
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The Projected Effect of the Affordable Care Act on Dental Care for Adult Medicaid Enrollees

pp. 79-94
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The Impact of Health Insurance Reform on Insurance Instability

pp. 95-108
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The Impact of Insurance Coverage during Insurance Reform on Diagnostic Resolution of Cancer Screening Abnormalities

pp. 109-121
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Dissemination and Adoption of the Advanced Primary Care Model in the Maryland Multi-Payer Patient Centered Medical Home Program

pp. 122-138
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Reducing Cancer Disparities through Community Engagement in Policy Development: The Role of Cancer Councils

pp. 139-150
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Shaking Up the Dental Safety-net: Elimination of Optional Adult Dental Medicaid Benefits in California

pp. 151-164
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Literature Review

What Can Be Learned from the Types of Community Benefit Programs that Hospitals Already Have in Place?

pp. 165-193
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Research Areas

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