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  • Fourteen States Face SCHIP Shortfalls This Year Totaling Over $700 Million
    Edwin Park and Matt Broaddus
    December 11, 2006

    New estimates, based on the latest available data, show that 14 states face federal funding shortfalls this year in the State Children’s Health Insurance Program.  These states lack sufficient federal funding to maintain current enrollment levels through the end of fiscal year 2007.  The shortfalls in these states total more than …
  • Coverage of Parents Helps Children, Too
    Leighton Ku and Matt Broaddus
    October 20, 2006

    The nation has made an important commitment to reducing the number of uninsured children. Over the past decade, the creation of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) and related changes made by states in their Medicaid programs have boosted children’s enrollment and led to a marked reduction in the …
  • SCHIP Financing Update
    Matt Broaddus and Edwin Park
    June 5, 2006

    The State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), jointly financed by states and the federal government, provides comprehensive health insurance coverage to more than four million low-income children, most of whom would otherwise be uninsured.[1] In a prior analysis, we estimated that under current law, a number of states …
  • Administration's Fiscal Year 2007 Budget Is Likely Still To Leave Schip Coverage For Low-Income Children In Jeopardy
    Matt Broaddus
    Revised March 14, 2006

    The State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), jointly financed by states and the federal government, provides comprehensive health insurance coverage to more than 4 million low-income children who would otherwise be uninsured.[1] In fiscal year 2007, under current law, 18 states will have insufficient federal funding …
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