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Mahmoudi, Elham, Wassim Tarraf, Brianna L. Maroukis, and Helen Levy. 2016. "Does Medicare Managed Care Reduce Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Diabetes Preventive Care and Healthcare Expenditures?" American Journal of Managed Care, 22(10): e360-e367.
O'Donnell, Allison N., Brent C. Williams, Daniel Eisenberg, and Amy M. Kilbourne. 2013. "Mental Health in ACOs: Missed Opportunities and Low Hanging Fruit." American Journal of Managed Care, 19(3): 180-184. PMCID: PMC3616514.