Beneath the Surface: Barriers Threaten to Slow Progress on Expanding Health Coverage of Children and Families
The annual 50-state survey of enrollment and eligibility policies in Medicaid and SCHIP for low-income families reveals that nearly half of states (23) took actions that made it more difficult to secure and retain health coverage for children and families from April 2003 until July 2004.
also of interest
- Access to Care for the Insured and Remaining Uninsured: A Look at California During Year One of ACA Implementation
- Coverage Expansions and the Remaining Uninsured: A Look at California During Year One of ACA Implementation
- Medicaid Financing: How Does it Work and What are the Implications?
- Early Insights From Ohio’s Demonstration to Integrate Care and Align Financing for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries