CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of the Children's Health Insurance Program: Final Findings. Exhibit B.1. Publications Produced in the CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of CHIP

08/01/2014

“Findings From the 2012 Congressionally Mandated CHIP and Medicaid Survey.” Series of memos submitted to ASPE. Mathematica Policy Research and the Urban Institute, December 2013.

  • “Prior Coverage Patterns for New CHIP Enrollees.” Stacey McMorrow, Genevieve Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, and Nathaniel Anderson, Urban Institute.
  • “Sociodemographic and Health Characteristics of CHIP Enrollees.” Joseph Zickafoose, Kimberly Smith, and Claire Dye, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • “Families’ Application and Renewal Experiences.” Christopher Trenholm, Claire Dye, and Connie Qian, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • “Access to Employer-Sponsored Insurance Among Children with Public Coverage.” Stacey McMorrow, Genevieve Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, and Nathaniel Anderson, Urban Institute.
  • “Access and Use for Primary and Preventive Medical Care under CHIP and Medicaid.” Kimberly Smith and Claire Dye, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • “How Well CHIP and Medicaid Are Addressing Health Care Access and Affordability for Children.” Lisa Clemans-Cope, Genevieve Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, Michael Huntress, and Nathaniel Anderson, Urban Institute.
  • “How Well CHIP and Medicaid Are Addressing Oral Health Care Access and Adequacy of Insurance for Children.” Lisa Clemans-Cope, Genevieve Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, Michael Huntress, and Nathaniel Anderson, Urban Institute.
  • “Characteristics and Experiences of Disenrollees.” Mary Harrington, Tyler Fisher, and Andrew. McGuirk.

“Enrollment and Retention of CHIP and Medicaid Enrollees.” Sean Orzol, Lauren Hula, Adam Swinburn and Mary Harrington. Memorandum submitted to ASPE, December 2013.

“Cross-Cutting Report on Findings from Ten State Case Studies.” Ian Hill, Sarah Benatar, Embry Howell, Bridget Courtot, and Margaret Wilkinson, with Sheila Hoag, Cara Orfield, and Victoria Peebles. Final report submitted to ASPE. Mathematica Policy Research and the Urban Institute, May 2013.

  • Alabama Case Study. Sarah Benatar, Margaret Wilkinson, and Ian Hill, Urban Institute.
  • California Case Study. Ian Hill, Sarah Benatar, and Juliana Macri, Urban Institute.
  • Florida Case Study. Sheila Hoag and Victoria Peebles, Mathematica.
  • Louisiana Case Study. Fiona Adams, Embry Howell, and Bridget Courtot, Urban Institute.
  • Michigan Case Study. Sheila Hoag and Cara Orfield, Mathematica.
  • New York Case Study. Ian Hill and Sarah Benatar, Urban Institute.
  • Ohio Case Study. Jung Kim and Victoria Peebles, Mathematica.
  • Texas Case Study. Cara Orfield and Jung Kim, Mathematica.
  • Utah Case Study. Ian Hill, Bridget Courtot, and Margaret Wilkinson, Urban Institute.
  • Virginia Case Study. Sarah Benatar, Margaret Wilkinson, and Ian Hill, Urban Institute.

“Findings from a Survey of State CHIP Program Administrators.” Sheila Hoag, Michael Barna, Cara Orfield, Mary Harrington, and Vivian Byrd. Final report submitted to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Ann Arbor, MI: Mathematica Policy Research, November 2013.

“Children’s Health Insurance Program: An Evaluation (1997 – 2010).” Sheila Hoag, Mary Harrington, Cara Orfield, Victoria Peebles, Kimberly Smith, Adam Swinburn, Matthew Hodges, Kenneth Finegold, Sean Orzol, and Wilma Robinson. Interim Report to Congress submitted to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. Mathematica Policy Research, December 2011.

“Findings from the Analysis of the 2011 – 2012 National Survey of Children’s Health.” Series of issue briefs submitted to ASPE. Urban Institute, July 2013.

  • Haley, J., G. Kenney, and N. Anderson. “Uninsurance Among Children: Changes Over Time and Current Patterns.”
  • “What Prevents Eligible but Uninsured Children From Enrolling in Medicaid and CHIP?”
  • “How Do Barriers to Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment Vary Among Uninsured Children?”

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