As the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) enters its sixth year of operation, states have continued their commitment to children’s coverage and to reaching out to the uninsured. This issue brief explores the current status of SCHIP in light of fiscal pressures that have been created by the state budget crisis. It highlights some of the key successes in the program thus far and notes several examples of state initiatives to serve particularly vulnerable populations and collect outcomes data and information about access to care.
Ryan, Jennifer, "Sailing SCHIP through Troubled Waters" (2003). National Health Policy Forum. Paper 134.