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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. HIRP is currently co-located with the National Health Policy Forum. The papers developed by HIRP staff and consultants are intended to stimulate discussion of emerging trends and policy proposals. As a courtesy to the health policy community, NHPF makes available on its Web site papers published solely by HIRP. A complete bibliography of materials produced by HIRP is also available for review.

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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