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Children’s Health Insurance: State Experiences in Implementing SCHIP and Considerations for Reauthorization: Congressional Testimony
 In Aug. 1997, Congress created the State Children

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By Kathryn G. Allen (au)
Year: 2007
Pages: 39
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422313530

In Aug. 1997, Congress created the State Children’s Health Insur. Program (SCHIP) with the goal of significantly reducing the number of low-income uninsured children, esp. those who live in families with incomes exceeding Medicaid eligibility requirements. Unlike Medicaid, SCHIP is not an entitlement to services for beneficiaries but a capped allotment to states. States have 3 years to use each year’s allocation, after which unspent funds may be redistributed to states that have already spent all of that year’s allocation. This document addresses trends in SCHIP enrollment & the current composition of SCHIP programs across the states, states’ spending experiences under SCHIP, & considerations that have been identified for SCHIP reauth. Illus.

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