Research :: How Far Have State Medicaid Agencies Advanced in Performance Measurement for Children?

This article reviews insurance issues for children.
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McManus, M.A. Graham, R.R., Fox, H.B., Mercil, C.M., & Irwin, C.E., Jr. (2000). How far have state Medicaid agencies advanced in performance measurement for children? Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 154(7), 665-671

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February 6, 2000

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McManus, M.A. Graham, R.R., Fox, H.B., Mercil, C.M., & Irwin, C.E., Jr.

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