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The impacts of Medicaid managed care and market structure on preventable hospitalization, length of stay, and cost of inpatient care in Florida

  title={The impacts of Medicaid managed care and market structure on preventable hospitalization, length of stay, and cost of inpatient care in Florida},
  author={Jungwon Park},


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School of Public Administration and Public Policy, Florida State University
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