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Children’s Health Insurance Program: State Implementation Approaches are Evolving
Carolyn Yocom. In August 1997, the Congress created the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) to significantly reduce the number of low-income, uninsured children. This report provides information on the first year of SCHIP’s implementation. In particular, it examines the states’: (1) initial SCHIP design choices, including the use of the statutory flexibility to design their programs; (2) pursuit of statutory options, particularly extending coverage to adults in families with children; (3) development of innovative outreach strategies to enroll eligible children; & 4) tailoring of strategies to avoid the “crowd out” of both private insurance & Medicaid coverage by SCHIP. Charts & tables.
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