Center for Health Services Research and Policy, GW School of Public Health and Health Services
This Policy Brief is the fourth in a series of reports1 issued by the George Washington University Center for Health Services Research and Policy that examine the design of separately-administered State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP) that is, programs that operate directly under the authority of the federal SCHIP statute rather than expansions of state Medicaid programs.2 These Policy Briefs also consider the implications of states’ design choices for children’s access to health care.
Rosenbaum, Sara and Markus, Anne Rossier, "State eligibility rules under separate state SCHIP programs--implications for children's access to health care" (2002). Health Policy and Management Issue Briefs. Paper 54.