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The Health Insurance Reform Project (HIRP), a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization at the George Washington University, was founded in 1995 to foster improvements in health insurance and health care. The papers developed by HIRP staff and consultants were intended to stimulate discussion of emerging trends and policy proposals. As a courtesy to the health policy community, the Forum makes available on its website selected papers published by HIRP from 1995 to 2007. From 2005 through 2012, HIRP was home to the "Rapid Learning Health System" project, supported by grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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HIRP and NASHP / Project ReportFebruary 28, 2007
Administering a Medicaid + Tax Credits Initiative
Authors: Lynn Etheredge, Judith D. Moore, Sonya Schwartz & Alan Weil

HIRP Research Brief No. 13May 2004
Chronic Care Improvement in FFS Medicare: Cosmetic or Transforming?
Author: Sandra M. Foote, ScM

HIRP Research Brief No. 12September 2002
Federal Health Web Sites: Current & Future Roles
Author: Carol Cronin

HIRP Research Brief No. 11August 2002
Quality Incentives for Medicare + Choice Plans
Authors: Lynn Etheredge, Robert Berenson & Jack Ebeler

HIRP Research Brief No. 10January 2002
Strategies to Improve Consumer Health Information Services
Authors: Sandra M. Foote, ScM & Lynn Etheredge

HIRP Research Brief No. 9September 2001
Health Insurance Tax Credits for Workers: An Efficient and Effective Administrative System
Author: Lynn Etheredge

HIRP Research Brief No. 8February 1998
Affordable Health Benefits for Workers without Employer Coverage
Authors: Lynn Etheredge & Stanley Jones

HIRP Research Brief No. 7May 1997
Consumers, Gag Rules, and Health Plans: Strategies for a Patient-Focused Market
Authors: Lynn Etheredge & Stanley Jones

HIRP Research Brief No. 6April 1996
Paradigm Shifts in Medicare Reform
Authors: Lynn Etheredge & Stanley Jones

HIRP Research Brief No. 5April 1996
Medicare Reform: A Model for National Healthcare Reform?
Author: Lynn Etheredge

HIRP Research Brief No. 4January 1996
Medicare in a Consumer-Choice Environment: Competitor or Residual Program?
Author: Lynn Etheredge

HIRP Research Brief No. 3January 1996
Why Not the Best for the Chronically Ill?
Author: Stanley Jones

HIRP Research Brief No. 2June 1995
Reengineering Medicare: From Bill-Paying Insurer to Accountable Purchaser
Author: Lynn Etheredge

HIRP Research Brief No. 1April 1995
Pharmacy Benefit Management: The Right Prescription?
Author: Lynn Etheredge