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2 Responses

  1. The Real #1 Health Issue

    A lack of parental involvement is typically causative; but usually not mentioned.

    Judith

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  2. Health Care for Kids Post-ACA
    [An Evolving Patchwork of Coverage]

    Dear David,

    Nearly one million children gained health care coverage in 2014, and the extension of CHIP earlier this year preserved coverage for millions more. Yet, there are still many challenges in keeping kids covered, including variations in state Medicaid policies and funding for CHIP beyond 2017. For example, what are the:

    • trends in children’s access to care, including predictions for the future of CHIP?

    • how federal policy has changed health care for kids according to a former CMS Deputy Administrator?

    • how do Medicaid managed care programs coordinate care for vulnerable kids, specifically those with chronic or behavioral health issues and those in foster care?

    • what are some state efforts to reduce churn in and out of Medicaid and private coverage and to promote family coverage options?

    Much to think about … and to do!

    Nancy Chockley PhD
    [CEO NIHCM Foundation]
    1225 19th Street, NW | Suite 710 | Washington | D.C. | 20036
    http://www.nihcm.org

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