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MLCHE Publications

MLCHE publishes reports on a variety of topics. Please choose a topic below to read our reports or click here to see a list of our peer-reviewed research articles.

Health Care Reform | TennCare | Hospitalizations | Emergency Department Use | Market Analyses | Child Care


Health Care Reform

2012

Health Reform Impacts in Tennessee
January 2012

2010

Health Reform Impacts in Shelby County, Tennessee
December 2010

TennCare

TennCare Timeline
February 2010

TennCare Lawsuit History
2008

Hospitalizations

2012

Issue Brief: Non-urgent ED Use in Shelby County, Tennesseeā€
August 2012

Issue Brief: Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations in Shelby County, Tennessee, 2009
May 2012

2011

Issue Brief: Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations
May 2011

2010

Issue Brief: Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations
July 2010

Fact Sheet: Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations
April 2010

Trends in Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations for Tennessee Adults: 1998-2006
March 2010

2008

Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations in Tennessee, 2004 and 2005
August 2008

Potentially Avoidable Pediatric Hospitalizations in Tennessee, 2005
August 2008

2007

Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations in Tennessee, 2004
December 2007

Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations in Tennessee, 2003
April 2007

2006

Tennessee Inpatient Discharges, 2002
June 2006

Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations in Tennessee, 2002: Final Report
May 2006

Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations in Tennessee, 2002
March 2006

Emergency Department Visits

Non-Urgent ED Use in Tennessee, 2008
August 5, 2011

Non-Urgent ED Use in Tennessee, 2004
September 2007

Market Analyses

Economic Contributions of the Memphis Medical Community
Summer/Fall 2009 in Business Perspectives, free at The Sparks Business Bureau

An In-Depth Analysis of the Shelby County Hospital Market
January 2006

Memphis and Shelby County Hospitals: 1990-2002
January 2004

Child Care

The Child Care Industry in Four Major Urban Counties in Tennessee
Summer 2005 in Business Perspectives, free at The Sparks Business Bureau

The Economic Impact of the Child Care Industry in Shelby County, Tennessee
Summer 2005 in Business Perspectives, free at The Sparks Business Bureau

The Economic Impact of Child Care in Shelby County, Tennessee (presentation)
February 2005

The Child Care Industry in Tennessee (presentation)
August 2004

The Economic Impact of Child Care in Shelby County, Tennessee
August 2004

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