New Publications Examine SCHIP Experience; Trends in Access to Medicaid and SCHIP Coverage

Maintaining and expanding health coverage for children and parents will likely be in the forefront of health care policy debates in Washington and state capitols in 2007. With states generally in better financial shape since the fiscal crisis earlier in the decade, many have expressed interest in improving access to their Medicaid and State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP). A new 50-state survey shows that one-third of states (17) increased access to health coverage in 2006, and no state cut income eligibility in Medicaid and SCHIP for the first time in four years.

Presentation Slides (.pdf)

Resuming the Path to Health Coverage for Children and Parents

Enrolling Uninsured Low-Income Children in Medicaid and SCHIP

State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) at a Glance

Health Coverage For Low-Income Children

A Decade of SCHIP: Experience and Issues for Reauthorization

Citizenship Documentation Requirements in Medicaid

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