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Robin Weinick and John Billings edited Tools for Monitoring the Health Care Safety Net. The concept for it was developed by the Safety Net Monitoring Collaborative, led by Dr. Weinick, and would not have been possible without the contributions of the following individuals from:

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Roxanne Andrews
Helen Burstin
Irene Fraser

Health Resources and Services Administration, Center for Health Services, Financing and Managed Care
Rhoda Abrams
Doug Guerdat
Alex Ross

Health Resources and Services Administration, Office of Planning and Evaluation
Michael Millman
Jessica Townsend

Health Resources and Services Administration
Bureau of Primary Health
Care Richard Lee
Jerri Regan

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
Eileen Salinsky (now with the National Health Policy Forum, George Washington University; formerly with the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation)
Caroline Taplin

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics
Catharine Burt

The manuscript was edited by Julius Patterson of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and this publication was designed by EEI Communications under the direction of Jayne Sutton. General direction for the AHRQ publications program is provided by Randie Siegel, Director of Print and Electronic Publishing.

The views in this book are those of the respective chapter authors. No official endorsement by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality or the Department of Health and Human Services is intended or should be inferred. The tools presented in this book have not been shared directly with local policymakers to obtain feedback, and the value of this report can only be assessed by its usefulness to communities. AHRQ welcomes feedback regarding the usefulness of the approach used here as well as the specific tools; please forward your comments to https://info.ahrq.gov

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