Innovative State Strategies to Insure Children : Table 3

07/08/2004

: Table 3

Innovative State Strategies to Insure Children
[WebBot Navigation Component]Information in this website was collected prior to the passage of Title XXI of the Social Security Act, or the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). During the summer of 1997, nine states were interviewed that had already developed childrens health insurance programs to cover uninsured children. This database includes qualitative information collected from program, Medicaid, and maternal and child health directors of the following states: California, Colorado, Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Washington. This website is a work in progress but will not be updated. Select a state and program Overview of Number of Uninsured Overview of Medicaid Enrollment Links to other childrens health sites Search our web siteSelect a state and program Overview of Number of Uninsured Overview of Medicaid Enrollment Links to other childrens health sites Search our web siteSelect a state and programOverview of Number of UninsuredOverview of Medicaid EnrollmentLinks to other childrens health sitesSearch our web site
Select a state and program Overview of Number of Uninsured Overview of Medicaid Enrollment Links to other childrens health sites Search our web siteSelect a state and programOverview of Number of UninsuredOverview of Medicaid EnrollmentLinks to other childrens health sitesSearch our web site
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