How Did SCHIP Affect the Insurance Coverage of Immigrant Children ?

@inproceedings{BuchmuellerHowDS,
  title={How Did SCHIP Affect the Insurance Coverage of Immigrant Children ?},
  author={Thomas C Buchmueller and Anthony T. Lo Sasso}
}
The State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) significantly expanded public insurance eligibility and coverage for children in “working poor” families. Despite this success, it is estimated that over 6 million children who are eligible for public insurance remain uninsured. An important first step for designing strategies to increase enrollment of eligible but uninsured children is to determine how the take-up of public coverage varies within the population. Because of their low rates… CONTINUE READING

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