- 31. Deteriorating Access to Women’s Health Services in Texas: Potential Effects of the Women’s Health Program Affiliate Rule
October 11, 2012
“Deteriorating Access to Women’s Health Services in Texas: Potential Effects of the Women’s Health Program Affiliate Rule,” is a new policy brief by GW researchers Leighton Ku, PhD, MPH, Lara Cartwright-Smith, JD, MPH, Jessica Sharac, MSc, MPH, Erika Steinmetz, MBA, Julie Lewis, MPH, and Peter Shin, PhD, MPH.
- 30. How the Supreme Court’s Medicaid Decision May Affect Health Centers: An Early Estimate
July 19, 2012
Authors Katherine Jett Hayes, Peter Shin, Sara Rosenbaum of the Geiger Gibson/ RCHN CHF Research Collaborative provide a preliminary assessment of the impact on community health centers of states’ refusal to implement the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
- 29. REVISED: An Early Assessment of the Potential Impact of Texas’ “Affiliation” Regulation on Access to Care for Low-income Women
May 4, 2012
Authors Dr. Peter Shin, Jessica Sharac and Sara Rosenbaum of the Geiger Gibson/ RCHN CHF Research Collaborative provide a preliminary assessment of the impact of the Texas family planning “affiliation regulation” on access to preventive care by low-income women.
- 28. Role of Community Health Centers in Providing Services to Low-income Women
March 14, 2012
In a new report, authors Dr. Peter Shin and Jessica Sharac of the Geiger Gibson RCHN CHF Research Collaborative examine the significant role of community health centers in providing services to low-income women of childbearing age and mitigating disparities.