California recently launched a report series that provides data about the enrollment process for public insurance coverage. This brief highlights findings from California’s first few reports and offers lessons for other states considering comparable reporting efforts.
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Medicaid 1115 Demonstration Evaluation Design PlanMay 15, 2015
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