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Table A:
Expanding Eligibility and Simplifying Enrollment: Trends in Children’s Health Coverage Programs - July 1997 to December 2009

Table B:
Expanding Eligibility and Simplifying Enrollment: Trends in Children’s Health Coverage Programs for Parents - January 2002 to December 2009

Table 1:
State Income Eligibility Guidelines for Children’s Regular Medicaid, Children’s CHIP-Funded Medicaid Expansions and Separate CHIP Programs (Percent of the Federal Poverty Line) - December 2009

Table 1A:
Income Eligibility for Children's Coverage by Funding Source (Title 19 or Title 21) - December 2009

Table 1B:
State Income Eligibility Guidelines and Premiums for Buy-In Programs for Children’s Coverage (Percent of the Federal Poverty Line) - December 2009

Table 2:
Length of Time a Child is Required to be Uninsured Prior to Enrolling in Children’s Health Coverage - December 2009

Table 3:
Income Threshold for Jobless and Working Parents Applying for Medicaid Based on a Family of Three - December 2009

Table 3A:
Income Threshold for Working Parents Applying For and Receiving Medicaid - December 2009

Table 4:
Selected Criteria Related to Health Coverage of Pregnant Women - December 2009

Table 5:
Enrollment: Selected Simplified Procedures in Children's Regular Medicaid, Children's CHIP-Funded Medicaid Expansions and Separate CHIP Programs - December 2009

Table 6:
Administrative Verification of Income: Families are Not Required to Provide Documentation of Income in Children's Regular Medicaid, Children's CHIP-Funded Medicaid Expansions and Separate CHIP Programs - December 2009

Table 7:
Renewal: Selected Simplified Procedures in Children’s Regular Medicaid, Children’s CHIP-Funded Medicaid Expansions and Separate CHIP Programs - December 2009

Table 8:
Enrollment: Selected Simplified Procedures in Medicaid for Parents, with Comparisons to Children - December 2009

Table 9:
Renewal: Selected Simplified Procedures in Medicaid for Parents, with Comparisons to Children - December 2009

Table 10:
Premium Payments for Two Children in a Family of Three at Selected Income Levels - December 2009

Table 10A:
Effective Annual Premium Payments for Two Children in a Family of Three at Selected Income Levels - December 2009

Table 11:
Co-Payments for Specific Services in Children’s Health Coverage Programs at Selected Income Levels - December 2009

Table 12:
Co-Payments for Specific Services in Health Coverage Programs for Parents - December 2009

Table 13:
Co-Payments for Prescriptions in Children’s and Parent's Health Coverage Programs - December 2009

Table 14:
Co-Payments for Prescriptions in Health Coverage Programs for Parents - January 2008

 

 

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Updated 2/7/08