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Medicaid Reform
Johnson, J., Hendlin, R., Shafer, K., O’Dare, K., Lowry, A., & Witgert, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Beneficiaries earn enhanced benefits credits but spend only a small proportion (Report 08-45). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
An ounce of prevention
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2015). An ounce of prevention: Operationalizing healthy eating and active living recommendations with social work core values. American Public Health Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
AHCA making progress but stronger detection, sanctions, and managed care oversight needed (Report No. 08-08)
Shafer, K., O’Dare, K., & Witgert, K. (2008). AHCA making progress but stronger detection, sanctions, and managed care oversight needed (Report No. 08-08). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Medicaid Reform:Choice counseling goal met, but some beneficiaries experience difficulties selecting a health plan that best meets their needs
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform:Choice counseling goal met, but some beneficiaries experience difficulties selecting a health plan that best meets their needs: (Report No. 08-46). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Medicaid Reform
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Two-thirds of the initial pilot counties’ beneficiaries are enrolled in reform plans (Report No. 08-40). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Beyond the ecomap
O’Dare Wilson, K., & Lombardo, L. (2015). Beyond the ecomap: Why social work needs geovisualiztion in practice, policy, teaching, and research. Conference of the National Association of Social Workers- Florida Chapter, Orlando, FL.
A Medicaid buy-in program would increase health care access for the uninsured but also increase state costs (Report No. 05-62)
Nye, M. A., O’Dare, K., & Shah, L. (2005). A Medicaid buy-in program would increase health care access for the uninsured but also increase state costs (Report No. 05-62). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Medicaid Reform
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: More managed care options available; Differences limited by federal and state requirements (Report No. 08-38). Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Environmental sprawl and weight status
O’Dare, K. (2011). Environmental sprawl and weight status: The paradox of obesity in the food desert.
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Medicaid Reform
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Few beneficiaries have participated in the opt-out program (Report No. 08-37). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Steps have been taken to improve community public health infrastructure throughout Florida (Report No. 06-53)
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2006). Steps have been taken to improve community public health infrastructure throughout Florida (Report No. 06-53). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Better reporting still needed on Healthy Communities, Healthy People Initiative (Progress Report No. 07-33)
Johnson, J., & O’Dare, K. (2007). Better reporting still needed on Healthy Communities, Healthy People Initiative (Progress Report No. 07-33). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Florida’s Certificate of Need process ensures qualified hospice programs; Performance reporting is important to assess hospice quality (Report No. 06-29)
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2006). Florida’s Certificate of Need process ensures qualified hospice programs; Performance reporting is important to assess hospice quality (Report No. 06-29). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA ).
Environmental sprawl and weight status
, & O’Dare Wilson, K. (2015). Environmental sprawl and weight status: The paradox of obesity in the food desert. American Journal of Health Promotion, San Diego, CA.