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Assuring That Child Health Applications Do Not Deter Enrollment Among Eligible Children in Noncitizen Families
Michelle Cochran and Cindy Mann
12/15/99
14pp
pub. # 99-140, no charge

Steps States Can Take to Facilitate Medicaid Enrollment of Children
Donna Cohen Ross
12/6/99
3pp
pub. # 98-153, $3.00

Congress Lifts the Sunset on the "$500 Million Fund" Extends Opportunities for States to Ensure Parents and Children Do Not Lose Health Coverage
Donna Cohen Ross and Jocelyn Guyer
12/1/99
9pp
99-107, $3.00

How Early Childhood Programs Can Link Children to Free and Low-Cost Health Insurance Programs
Donna Cohen Ross
Revised 12/1/99
6pp
99-073, $3.00

How Schools Can Help Link Children to Free and Low-Cost Health Insurance Programs
Donna Cohen Ross
11/1/99

Missed Opportunities: Declining Medicaid Enrollment Undermines the Nation's Progress in Insuring Low-Income Children
Jocelyn Guyer, Matthew Broaddus, and Michelle Cochran
10/20/99
11pp
99-124, $4.00

Tax Provisions in "Quality Care for the Uninsured Act" Largely Benefit High-Income Taxpayers And Do Not Help Most Uninsured
Iris J. Lav
10/6/99
7pp
99-118, $3.00

How Health Care Providers Can Help Link Children to Free and Low Cost Health Insurance Programs
Donna Cohen Ross
9/20/99
6pp
99-073, $3.00

Health Insurance Tax Deductions Cannot Help Most Uninsured
Iris J. Lav and Cindy Mann
7/12/99
6pp
99-080, $3.00

Ins and Outs of Delinking: Promoting Medicaid Enrollment of Children Who are Moving In and Out of the TANF System (PDF)
Cindy Mann
3/31/99
25pp
99-049, no charge

Community-Based Organization: Paving the Way to Children's Health Insurance Coverage (PDF)
Donna Cohen Ross
3/31/99
40pp
99-050, no charge

Employed But Not Insured: A State-by-State Analysis of the Number of Low-Income Working Parents Who Lack Health Insurance
Jocelyn Guyer and Cindy Mann
2/2/99
37pp
99-004, $5.00

Assuring That Eligible Families Receive Medicaid When TANF Assistance is Denied or Terminated
Liz Schott and Cindy Mann
11/5/98
23pp
98-134, $5.00

Opening the Door: Improving the Healthy Families/Medi-Cal Applications Process
An analysis prepared by CBPP in collaboration with the Medi-Cal Policy Institute. This is a comprehensive report on the California child health enrollment process, including a detailed analysis of federal law requirements as they affect state child health application systems.
To order this report, contact the Center at (202) 408-1080.
108pp
98-132, $10.00

Taking the Next Step: States Can Now Take Advantage of Federal Medicaid Matching Funds to Expand Health Care Coverage to Low-income Working Parents (PDF)
Jocelyn Guyer and Cindy Mann
8/20/98
6pp
98-085, $3.00

Medical Savings Account Proposal Poses Serious Risks to Insurance Market and to Less Healthy Individuals While Providing New Tax Shelter for High-Income Taxpayers
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
7/21/98

The House Budget Resolution Threatens Health Care Programs For Low-Income Families and Elderly and Disabled Peoples
Cindy Mann and Jocelyn Guyer
7/15/98

Taking the Next Step: States Can Now Expand Health Coverage to Low-Income Working Parents Through Medicaid Jocelyn Guyer and Cindy Mann
7/2/98

Roth Amendment Health Insurance Tax Deductions Benefit Higher-Income, Already-Insured Families
Iris J. Lav
5/20/98

Are Health Insurance Tax Deductions A Wise Use of Tobacco Tax Revenues?
Iris J. Lav and Cindy Mann
5/14/98

Would the Proposed National Tobacco Settlement Compensate the Federal Government Adequately for Tobacco-Related Health Care Costs?
Andy Schneider and Sara Thom
2/13/98

The Proposed National Tobacco Settlement and Recovery of Federal Health Care Costs
Andy Schneider and Sara Thom
2/10/98
7pp
99-010, $3.00

The Tobacco Settlements: Do All of the Medicaid Recoveries Belong to the States?
Andy Schneider and Sara Thom
Revised 12/11/97
12pp
pub # 97-146, $4.00

Why Not Medicaid? Using Child Health Funds to Expand Coverage Through the Medicaid Program
Cindy Mann
11/19/97
25pp
97-138, $3.00

Analysis of 1996 Census Bureau Poverty, Income and Health Data
Revised 10/14/97

Overview of Medicaid Provisions in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997, P.L. 105-33
Andy Schneider
9/8/97
25pp
pub. # 97-116, $5.00

Overview of the New Child Health Block Grant
Cindy Mann and Jocelyn Guyer
Revised 8/28/97
16pp
pub. # 97-109, $4.00

The Senate Budget Bill Would Shift $8.8 Billion in Cost-Sharing onto Poor Medicare Beneficiaries and the Health Care Providers that Treat Them
Andy Schneider
July 1997
7 pp.
pub. # 97-098, $3.00

The House Child Health Block Grant: Health Insurance for Children or Windfall for States?
Jocelyn Guyer and Cindy Mann
July 1997
6pp. pub. # 97-078, $3.00

Child Health Block Grant: Key Conference Issues
Cindy Mann
July 1997
12 pp.
pub. # 97-087, $4.00

Presumptive Eligibility for Children: A Promising New Strategy for Enrolling Uninsured Children in Medicaid (15K)
Donna Cohen Ross
Rev. November 1998
5pp
pub # 97-088, $3.00

Child Health Expansions Should Begin with Medicaid Restorations for Legal Immigrant Children and for Disabled Children Losing SSI Benefits
July 1997
5 pp.
pub. # 97-091, $3.00

Lott Amendment on State Medicaid Administrative Costs Would Have Damaging Effects on the Program and be Inequitable to States
June 1997
7 pp.
pub. # 97-072, $3.00

The Chairman’s Proposal to Expand Cost-Sharing Under the Medicaid Program Could Increase the Number of Uninsured Children and Rescue Access to Care
June 1997
5 pp.
pub. # 97-071, $3.00

Assuring Health Care Coverage for Low-Income Children: Why the Chafee-Rockefeller Bill is A Better Approach Than the Roth Proposal
Jocelyn Guyer and Cindy Mann
June 1997
8 pp.
pub. # 97-069, $3.00

Increasing the Health Insurance Deduction for the Self-Employed Would Eat Up Funds While Doing Little to Insure More Children
Iris J. Lav and Robert Greenstein
June 1997
6 pp.
pub. # 97-064, $3.00

Reducing the Number of Uninsured Children: Building Upon Medicaid Coverage is a Better Approach Than Creating a New Block Grant to the States
Andy Schneider
June 1997
12 pp.
pub. # 97-057, $5.00

The Medicaid Program Has Been the Program of Choice for Most States that Have Expanded Coverage for Uninsured Children
Cindy Mann and Laura Cox
June 1997
4 pp.
pub. # 97-056, $3.00

Medicaid and Child Health Provisions of the Bipartisan Budget Agreement
Andy Schneider
May 1997
7 pp.
pub. # 97-054, $3.00

The Administration’s Medicaid Proposals
Andy Schneider and Sam Elkin
April 1997
55 pp.
pub. # 97-028, $8.00

Putting a Per Capita Cap on Federal Medicaid Spending: Implications for States and Beneficiaries
Andy Schneider
April 1997
8 pp.
pub. # 97-030, $3.00

Millions of Uninsured and Underinsured Children are Eligible for Medicaid
Laura Summer, Sharon Parrott and Cindy Mann
April 1997
22 pp.
pub. # 96-096, $5.00

No Signs of Progress: Despite Economic Recovery, 40 Million Still Lack Health Insurance
Laura Summer and Kathryn Larin
November 1996
6 pp.
pub. # 96-094, $3.00

An Analysis of the AFDC-Related Medicaid Provisions in the New Welfare Law
Cindy Mann
November 1996
10 pp.
pub. # 96-086, $3.00

Legal Immigrants' Eligibility for Welfare, Medicaid and Food Stamps Under the New Welfare Law
October 1996
2 pp.
pub. #  96-089, $3.00

MSA Demonstration: Research Suggests Controls Needed to Prevent Adverse Effect on Insurance Market
Iris J. Lav
July 1996
15 pp.
pub. #  96-068, $4.00

The Wisconsin Waiver Seeks to Make Fundamental Changes in the Medicaid Program
Cindy Mann
June 1996
4 pp.
pub. # 96-056, $3.00

"Umbrella Payments" Under the Medicaid Restructuring Act of 1996
Richard Kogan
June 1996
11 pp.
pub. # 96-057, $4.00

New Medicaid Proposal Would Lead to an Inequitable Distribution of Federal Funds
Cindy Mann, Steve Wilber and Lily Hua
June 1996
10 pp.
pub. # 96-058, $3.00

Federal Caps and State Medicaid Requirements Under the Medicaid Restructuring Act
Richard Kogan
June 1996
4 pp.
pub. # 96-061, $3.00

State-by-State Distribution of Medicaid Reductions: House Reconciliation Bill
June 1996
8 pp.
pub. # 96-062, $3.00

The Medicaid Restructuring Act of 1996: When Is a Guarantee Not a Guarantee?
Cindy Mann
May 1996
9 pp.
pub. # 96-052, $3.00

Who Will Use Medical Savings Accounts and Why Will They Use Them?
Iris J. Lav
April 1996
3 pp.
pub. # 96-035, $3.00

Reischauer Analyzes the Governors' Medicaid Proposal
(Statement of Robert D. Reischauer before the Senate Committee on Finance)
April 1996
6 pp.
pub. #  96-043, $3.00

The Governors Medicaid Proposal
Richard Kogan and Cindy Mann
(Contains more detailed analysis of issues covered in papers 96-010 and 96-017)
March 1996
48 pp.
pub. # 96-015, $7.00

The NGA Medicaid Proposal Will Shift Costs onto Local Governments and Providers
March 1996
2 pp.
pub. # 96-017, $3.00

Governors' Proposals Could Lead to Sharp State Funding Reductions in Medicaid and AFDC
Richard Kogan
March 1996
10 pp.
pub. # 96-01, $3.00

Federal Caps and State Matching Requirements Under the Governors Medicaid Proposal
Richard Kogan
February 1996
8 pp.
pub. # 96-010, $3.00

An Illusory State Match Requirement? The Republican Medicaid Proposals Bring Back State Financing Gimmicks
Cindy Mann
December 1995
4 pp.
pub. # 95-117, $3.00

State-by-State Effects of the Federal Medicaid Cuts Proposed in the Reconciliation Bill
Richard Kogan, Cindy Mann and Myra Tanamor
November 1995
3 pp.
pub. # 95-143, $3.00

Medicaid Block Grants: The Challenge For States and the Risks to Vulnerable Populations
Cindy Mann
November 1995
4 pp.
pub. # 95-132, $3.00

The Conference Agreement on Medicaid: How Deep are the Federal, State, and Total Funding Cuts
Richard Kogan and Myra Tanamor
November 1995
11 pp.
pub. # 95-127, $3.00

The Proposed Medicaid Block Grant Would Lead to an Inequitable Distribution of Funds
Cindy Mann, Richard Kogan and Myra Tanamor
November 1995
7 pp.
pub. # 95-141, $3.00

The Financing Method Makes a Difference: A Medicaid Block Grant Would Shift All Unanticipated Costs onto States
September 1995
2 pp.
pub. # 95-116, $3.00

Design Flexibility and Funding Flexibility in the Medicaid Program
Richard Kogan
July 1995
8 pp.
pub. # 95-092, $4.00

Comparing the Options for Achieving Federal Medicaid Savings
Cindy Mann and Richard Kogan
July 1995
11 pp.
pub. # 95-091, $4.00

The Conference Budget Resolution Would Prompt Cuts in Medicaid Eligibility and Benefits
Cindy Mann and Richard Kogan
June 1995
7 pp.
pub. # 95-084, $3.00

A Medicaid Block Grant is Likely to Lead to an Inequitable Distribution of Federal Funds
Cindy Mann
June 1995
10 pp.
pub. # 95-027, $3.00

Federal Medicaid Reductions and the States: Projecting the Effect of Three Options
David Super and Richard Kogan
May 1995
12 pp.
pub. # 95-017, $4.00

The Impact of Capping Federal Medicaid Payment To States
Cindy Mann
April 1995
13 pp.
pub. # 95-045, $4.00

The Impact of Federal Medicaid Cuts: How Can States' Interests Be Protected?
Richard Kogan, Cindy Mann and David Super
April 1995
9 pp.
pub. # 95-021, $3.00

Budget Control Devices and Health Care Reform
David Super
November 1994
23 pp.
pub. # 94-018, $5.00

Assuring Access to Low-Income Subsidies in Health Care Reform
Laura Summer
October 1994
44 pp.
pub. # 94-002, $7.00

Trends in Health Insurance Coverage, 1987 to 1993
Laura Summer and Isaac Shapiro
October 1994
9 pp.
pub. # 94-014, $3.00

Medical Savings Accounts Impede Universal Coverage
Iris Lav
August 1994
14 pp
pub. # 94-008, $4.00

Warning: Inadequate Low-Income Subsidy Design Can Case Problems for Health Care Reform
David A. Super, Robert Greenstein and Laura Summer
June 1994
78 pp.
pub. # 94-016, $12.00

Working Together: A Review of State WIC Agencies Referral Materials for Medicaid
Sibyll Carnochan and Laura Summer
April 1992
17 pp.
pub. #  92-010, $7.00

Working Together: A Guide to Coordinating WIC and Medicaid Services
Laura Summer
June 1991
37 pp.
pub. # 91-014, $7.00

Limited Access: Health Care for the Rural Poor
Laura Summer
February 1991
106 pp.
pub. # 91-004, $12.00
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