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Concept Chronic Disease
Academic Article The capacity of primary care pediatricians to care for children with special health care needs.
Academic Article Health care transition from pediatric care to adult care: opportunities and challenges under the Affordable Care Act.
Academic Article Rate of spending on chronic conditions among Medicaid and CHIP recipients.
Academic Article Complex Care in Pediatrics: Great Progress, Greater Challenges.
Academic Article Trends in Health Care Spending for Children in Medicaid With High Resource Use.
Academic Article A national profile of caregiver challenges among more medically complex children with special health care needs.
Academic Article Characteristics of hospitalizations for patients who use a structured clinical care program for children with medical complexity.
Academic Article Hospital utilization and characteristics of patients experiencing recurrent readmissions within children's hospitals.
Academic Article Use of Post-Acute Facility Care in Children Hospitalized With Acute Respiratory Illness.
Academic Article Inpatient growth and resource use in 28 children's hospitals: a longitudinal, multi-institutional study.
Academic Article Protecting Rights of Children With Medical Complexity in an Era of Spending Reduction.
Academic Article Complex care.
Academic Article Association of Home Respiratory Equipment and Supply Use with Health Care Resource Utilization in Children.
Academic Article Chronic Medication Use in Children Insured by Medicaid: A Multistate Retrospective Cohort Study.
Academic Article Home Health Care For Children With Medical Complexity: Workforce Gaps, Policy, And Future Directions.
Academic Article Timing of Co-occurring Chronic Conditions in Children With Neurologic Impairment.
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