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Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

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FY2017 Federal Medical Assistance Percentages

December 28, 2015
ASPE FMAP 2017 REPORT Federal Financial Participation in State Assistance Expenditures; Federal Matching Shares for Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and Aid to Needy Aged, Blind, or Disabled Persons for October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017​

Background Paper: Financial Protections of CHIP and QHPs

April 21, 2015
This paper compares CHIP and QHP out-of-pocket spending for premiums and cost sharing, taking into account premium subsidies and cost-sharing reductions for Marketplace plans. We also review analyses done by others comparing the benefit packages in separate CHIP plans and QHPs.

FY2016 Federal Medical Assistance Percentages

December 1, 2014
ASPE FMAP 2016 REPORT Federal Financial Participation in State Assistance Expenditures; Federal Matching Shares for Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and Aid to Needy Aged, Blind, or Disabled Persons for October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016

CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of the Children’s Health Insurance Program: Final Findings

July 31, 2014
This report presents findings from an evaluation of CHIP mandated by CHIPRA and patterned after an earlier evaluation. Some of the evaluation findings are at the national level, while others focus on the 10 states selected for more intensive study: Alabama, California, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Texas, Utah, and Virginia.

CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of the Children's Health Insurance Program: Final Findings

July 31, 2014
Mathematica Policy Research Mary Harrington Kimberly Smith Christopher Trenholm Sean Orzol Sheila Hoag Joseph Zickafoose Claire Dye Connie Qian Tyler Fisher Lauren Hula
Research Brief

The Eligible Uninsured in Texas: 6 in 10 Could Receive Health Insurance Marketplace Tax Credits, Medicaid or CHIP

March 27, 2014
Disclaimer Persons with disabilities having problems accessing the PDF file below may call Emily Gee at (202) 690-7771 or email Emily.Gee@hhs.gov for assistance.
Report

Eligible Uninsured Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders: 8 in 10 Could Receive Health Insurance Marketplace Tax Credits, Medicaid or CHIP

March 17, 2014
By: Minh Wendt (a), Shondelle Wilson-Frederick (a), Samuel Wu (a), and Emily R. Gee (b) (a) Office of Minority Health