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Koball H, Capps R, Perreira K., Campetella A, Hooker S, Pedroza J, Monson W, Huerta S. Health and Social Service Needs of U.S. Citizen Children with Detained or Deported Immigrant Parents. Washington, DC: Urban Institute
2015 Capps R, Koball H, Campetella A, Perreira K, Hooker S, Pedroza J. Implications of Immigration Enforcement Activities for The Well-Being of Children in Immigrant Families: A Review of the Literature. Washington, DC: Urban Institute
2014 Yoshikawa H, Perreira KM, Weiland C, Crosnoe R, Ulvestad K, Fortuny K, Pedroza J, Chaudry A. Improving Access of Low-Income Immigrant Families to Health and Human Services: The Role of Community-Based Organizations. Washington, DC: US Department of Health and Human Services.
2013 Oberlander JB, Perreira KM. Implementing Obamacare in a Red State: Dispatch from North Carolina. New England Journal of Medicine 369:2469-2471
2012 Oberlander J, Perreira K. Health care reform and 211: Patching through a patchwork system. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 43(6S5):S506–S508
2012 Perreira KM, Crosnoe R, Fortuny K, Pedroza JM, Ulvestad K, Weiland C, Yoshikawa H, Chaudry A. Barriers to Immigrants’ Access to Health and Human Services. Washington, DC: US Department of Health and Human Services.
2012 Crosnoe R, Pedroza JM, Purtell K, Fortuny K, Perreira KM, Ulvestad K, Weiland C, Yoshikawa H, Chaudry A. Promising Practices for Increasing Immigrants’Access to Health and Human Service. Washington, DC: US Department of Health and Human Services.
2006 Perreira K. Crowd-In: The Effects of Private Insurance Markets on the Demand for Medicaid, Health Services Research, 41(5):1762-1781.
2002 Perreira K, Sloan F. Living Healthy and Living Long: Valuing the Nonpecuniary Loss from Disability. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 24(1): 5-30.
1996 Schlesinger M, Gray B, Perreira K. Medical Professionalism under Managed Care: the Pros and Cons of Utilization Review. Health Affairs 16(1):106-124.