This report examines the policies and strategies that states use to manage their State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP). It draws on information collected through a series of three surveys that NASHP conducted between 1998 and 2005. The most recent survey examined SCHIP programs as of July 31, 2005. Charting SCHIP III examines findings in program areas such as program design, management, eligibility, application and renewal processes, marketing and outreach, cost sharing, benefits, delivery of services, managed care plan selection and payment, and access and quality. The report also includes the survey instruments used in the 2005 survey.
Download here: Charting SCHIP III: An Analysis of the Third Comprehensive Survey of State Children’s Health Insurance Programs
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