Annotated Bibliography About Health Care

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Amadeo, Kimberly. “See for Yourself If Obamacare Increased Health Care Costs.” The Balance, 21 July 2016,

Babey, Susan H., et al. “Income disparities in obesity trends among California adolescents.” American Journal of Public Health 100.11 (2010): 2149-2155.

Browning, Kellen. “Medi-Cal Patients Flocking To ERs More Than Before ACA.” California Health line, 12 June 2017, Accessed 16 May 2019.

Flood, Colleen M. International Health Care Reform: A Legal, Economic and Political Analysis. Psychology P, 2003.

Kronenfeld, Jennie J., et al. Debates on U.S. Health Care. SAGE, 2012.

Okoro, C. A., Zhao, G., Fox, J. B., Eke, P. I., Greenlund, K. J., & Town, M. (2017). Surveillance for health care access and health services use, adults aged 18–64 years—Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, United States, 2014. MMWR Surveillance Summaries, 66(7), 1.

Remler, Dahlia K., and Sherry A. Glied. “How much more cost sharing will health savings accounts bring?” Health Affairs25.4 (2006): 1070-1078.