The health care safety net in the context of national health insurance reform / Mark A. Hall and Sara Rosenbaum -- Dr. StrangeRove; or, how conservatives learned to stop worrying and love community health centers / Robert W. Mickey -- Reinventing a classic : community health centers and the newly insured / Sara Rosenbaum -- Applying lessons from social psychology to repair the health care safety net for undocumented immigrants / Dayna Bowen Matthew -- CHAMP : community health center and academic medical partnerships to expand and improve primary care / Thomas R. Oliver [and others] -- Examining the structure and sustainability of health care safety-net services / Peter D. Jacobson [and others] -- The safety-net hospitals at the crossroads : whither Medicaid DSH? / Michael K. Gusmano and Frank J. Thompson -- The safety-net role of public hospitals and academic medical centers : past, present, and future / Gloria J. Bazzoli and Sheryl L. Garland -- The declining public hospital sector / Jack Needleman and Michelle Ko -- Achieving universal access through safety-net coverage / Mark A. Hall -- Public coverage expansions and private health insurance crowd-out : implications for safety nets / Alison Snow Jones.
The Health Care Safety Net in a Post-Reform World examines how national health care reform will impact safety net programs that serve low-income and uninsured patients. With contributions from leading health care scholars, it is the first comprehensive assessment of the safety net following enactment of national health care reform.