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The survey from RAND finds a sizeable drop in awareness from last year's highs.
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After several years on the health beat, I've learned that covering health more comprehensively means paying more attention to how people’s health is affected by where they live.

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Nearly 40 years later, Cambodian refugees who can bear telling their stories recall atrocities in vivid detail, with an immediacy that is palpable.

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Kathryn Pitkin Derose is a researcher at RAND Health, a division of the RAND Corporation, the nation’s largest independent health policy research program, with a broad research portfolio that focuses on topics including health care quality, costs and delivery. She is currently principal investigator on a multi‐year, National Institutes of Health (NIH)‐funded study on urban congregations’ capacity for HIV Prevention and care.

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In a decade at UC Berkeley and seven years prior at the RAND Corporation, MacCoun has published widely on the topic of drug policy, including the book "Drug War Heresies: Learning from Other Vices, Times and Places" (Cambridge University Press, 2001), a study of the effects of Dutch cannabis coffee shops and other European drug policies (published in Science, 1997), and a study of street drug dealers (the RAND monograph "Money from Crime," 1990). He has served on various government advisory panels and given congressional testimony on the effects of drug laws on drug use.

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Dr. Jay Bhattacharya is an assistant professor of medicine and a CHP/PCOR core faculty member. His research focuses on the constraints that vulnerable populations face in making decisions that affect their health, as well as the effects of government policies and programs designed to benefit vulnerable populations. He has published research on the elderly, adolescents, HIV/AIDS and managed care.

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Alain Enthoven is the Marriner S. Eccles professor of public and private management, emeritus, at Stanford University, and a core faculty member with the Center for Health Policy (CHP) and the Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research (PCOR) at Stanford University. Known as the "father of managed competition," he was one of the founders of the Jackson Hole Group, a national think-tank on healthcare policy. His research focuses on the financing and delivery of health care in the United States and other industrialized nations, and cost-benefit analysis in medical care.

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